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Mandriva Linux 2010 Spring RC2

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As announced previously, here comes the last development release for Mandriva Linux 2010 Spring. This is essentially a bug fix release. Again isos are available on all public mirrors:

> 32 and 64 bits DVD isos and mini dual iso (both 32 and 64 bits) for Free release (100% Open Source software)

> live CDs One isos for KDE and GNOME environments

These isos can be fully tested on your hardware but also on virtual machines (Virtualbox, qemu, KVM, …). You can also dump it on USB key as an installation media.

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New Clothes

Now all we have to do is wait until it sports "new clothes" for final. I wonder who ending up buying them out?

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