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ALT Linux, published by ALT Linux Ltd., a software vendor based in Moscow, Russia, is a distribution that originated from what used to be Mandrake Linux, now Mandriva Desktop. This article is a review of ALT Linux 6 KDesktop, released on August 30 2011.
Installation ISO images are available for 32- and 64-bit platforms. The image below was taken from a test installation using a 32-bit installation image. The default installation language, as you can see, is not English, but Russian. Other than Russian, other languages supported during installation are Spanish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Ukranian and English. By pressing F2, you can change the language.