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Mandriva 2010 is now out

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I’m very pleased to say that Mandriva 2010 is now out! Checkout What’s New! Also see the Release Notes and Errata.

Myself and the rest of the Mandriva Developers and Contributors have put in a lot of work this time round. I’m pretty happy with the PulseAudio->Phonon integration work I did for KDE which builds on our previous approaches which were not quite as functional.

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Mandriva 2010 is now out

Did they not put in a lot of work the last time around? Those lazy bums! (j/k)

Horray!

Downloading now... Smile

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