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OSNews: Review: Mandrake Linux 10

Jul 28, 2004, 20:30 (2 Talkback[s])
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"I know that a lot of people have posted reviews on Mandrake, SuSE, Fedora, etc. but here is mine. I downloaded the first 3 Mandrake CDs from LinuxISO and then burned them to a CD while in Windows to get to work. I had a Windows XP installation on my 100GB hard drive, but I only have it on 30GB because Windows acts up so much.

"Click for a larger view Just pop in the first cd into your drive and you are ready to get started I read about a whole bunch of extra drivers, etc but I think that any modern BIOS will boot right off of the cd and you'll have no trouble. I have tried Mandrake before, back when it hit 8.0, and Red Hat 9, and just tried Fedora Core 3 a few weeks ago, but they never stayed on my hard drive that long..."

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