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Mandriva 2008 Brings Windows Migration Support

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Cassini is the name of the first beta release of the upcoming Mandriva Linux 2008, announced yesterday by the Mandriva team: "The first beta of Mandriva Linux 2008, codenamed Cassini, is now available. This beta is available only as a three CD Free edition (containing no non-free software or drivers) for the x86-32 architecture, with a traditional installer. Future betas will be available in One live / install CD hybrid editions with proprietary drivers, and in x86-64 versions."

Highlights of Mandriva Linux 2008 include:

• GNOME 2.20
• KDE 3.5.7
• KDE 4 preview
• XFCE 4.4.1
• Kernel 2.6.22
• Compiz Fusion
• 7.3
• GCC 4.2

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