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Mandriva Linux 2010 Release Tour

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Mandriva Linux 2010 is one of the most innovative and one step beyond releases ever of Mandriva Linux, the leader in innovative and easy-to-use desktop Linux.

It brings you KDE 4.3 as the default KDE desktop. This major new release of KDE further enhances the KDE desktop experience. Other major new software versions include GNOME 2.28, OpenOffice.org 3.1.1 and Mozilla Firefox 3.5. Mandriva 2010 is using the 2.6.31 Linux Kernel, with the usual assortment of patches by the excellent Mandriva Kernel Team to make sure it's tailored to the distro.

As always, Mandriva Linux 2010's hardware compatibility is second to none. As well as conventional systems, it boasts excellent support for a wide range of netbooks, including all currently available Asus Eee PC models, the Acer Aspire One, the MSI Wind, and others.

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GDM is ugly in Mandriva 2010

GDM is ugly like shit in Mandriva!

re: GDM

good thing I use KDM then. Big Grin

Subjective

Can't possibly be as ugly as Ubuntu!

Be positive

Béranger wrote:
GDM is ugly like shit in Mandriva!

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