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Linux Mint: Mandriva One Review

Jun 21, 2006, 11:30 (1 Talkback[s])


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"After Ubuntu 6.06, Fedora Core 5 and SUSE 10.1 were released in the first two quarters of this year, I started to wonder about Mandriva. Its last release came last October and the next one was not going to be here until the end of the year. Of course, Mandriva One was released a few months ago, but it was only a live version of Mandriva 2006, and as such, once installed on the hard drive it didn't add anything new. I decided to take a look at it, to see what it gave to the user and how it could still compete after all other three major distributions had had their release. Was there still any reason for people to use Mandriva over Fedora, SUSE and Ubuntu? Had the distribution become outdated? I was about to find out..."

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