Signs are not good that Mandriva will be continuing
much longer in its current state.
That's the news coming out of France this week, as rumors and
vague confirmations point to the French Linux company possibly
shuttering its doors on January 16. The reason? An apparent
shareholder fight that is blocking an influx of much-needed
Mandriva S.A. hasn't had an easy time of it, even after emerging
from bankruptcy in 2006. Formerly MandrakeSoft, the company merged
with Brazilian Linux vendor and former UnitedLinux partner
Connectiva in 2005.
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