Mandriva 2010 Spring review
Aug 13, 2010, 13:06 (3 Talkback[s])
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"Been awhile since Mandriva 2010 Spring was released.
Considering the company's financial woes, and the rumored takeover
negotiations, we thought they might never release it, but they did.
Mandriva Linux 2010, aka Mandriva Linux 2010.1, was made available
for download on July 8, 2010. There are three versions:
" * Mandriva One 2010 Spring – the free live CD edition
that contains the usual cast of free software and a limited set of
non-free applications. Available for 32-bit platforms in KDE and
* Mandriva Free 2010 Spring – the no-cost edition that
ships free of proprietary (non-free) applications. Available for
32- and 64-bit platforms.
* Mandriva Powerpack 2010 Spring – this is the fee-based
edition (49 €, or about 65 USD). It comes loaded with all the
applications – free and non-free – that you will ever
need. It ships, for example, with non-free applications that are
missing in Mandriva One. Like Mandriva Free, it is also available
for 32- and 64-bit platforms."