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Mandriva XFCE One edition

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The XFCE addict Mandriva community is proud to offer its latest release of the Mandriva XFCE One edition.

This CDROM is based on the Mandriva Spring release (Kernel 2.6.33.5, Mozilla Firefox 3.6.8, OpenOffice.org 3.2.0) and offers the latest version of the XFCE environnment (4.6.2).
This edition has received a particuliar attention to its polishing:

- more backgrounds,
- a new icon set (gnome-brave),
- a different default theme (Ia Ora Steel),
- new faces for the user login screen … plus some little adjustments.

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