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Mandriva : Cooker : The inside Man II

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I was very busy lately, that's why I'm at least 2 weeks late for this new release of "Cooker : The Inside Man". Here we are !

*Xorg 7.0 : Ladies and gentlmen ! You're cooker system was too stable ? not enough broken ? too boring ? Now all your wishes are granted with the arrival of Xorg 7.0 in cooker ! With Xorg ( + Mesa ), there will have 385 rpms landing in cooker ! Theses packages are coming from the ones Gustavo Pichorim Boiko had made available for testing purposes. Many things are broken and will need to be fixed too allow smoth migration from 2006.0 to cooker/2007.0 so don't hesitate to test updates with urpmi and to report the issues.

*Proposals to improve Cooker process :

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