PC World: A French Penguin Visits
Nov 22, 2005, 19:00 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Matthew Newton)
"I used Mandrake Linux for years before switching to Fedora Core
and then to Ubuntu Linux last spring--around the same time
Mandrake, which is based in France, bought a Brazilian Linux
distributor called Conectiva and renamed itself Mandriva.
"Mandriva Linux 2006, released last month, feels very much like
a natural evolution of earlier Mandrake releases--in both good and
bad ways. As I tested the PowerPack edition of Mandriva 2006, I was
disappointed to find many of the same rough edges that drove me
away from Mandrake still present in this new incarnation..."