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Mandriva Delays Bankruptcy Decision

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In a short post today Jean-Manuel Croset said that recent events have lead the failing company to postpone any final decisions for a week. Earlier this month a letter to shareholders stated that Mandriva would have to close its doors by January 16 without an influx of capital.

January 16 came and went without word while anxious users paced the floors over at the Mandriva Forums. Then earlier today Croset published his post. Unfortunately, it's a little short on detail.

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Let's hope they manage to

Let's hope they manage to pull it off this time as well. Mandriva needs many years of spotless financial stability to get his reputation (and customers!) back ...
The blog post says the buyer is "external"; does that rule out the russians? Confused

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