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Mandriva's Powerpack 2011 propels it back into the forefront of Linux distros

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techrepublic.com: Jack Wallen takes the new Mandriva Powerpack 2011 distribution for a spin, curious to see a return to form after years of near-irrelevancy.

Mandriva 2011 PowerPack: A quick image tour

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mandrivachronicles.blogspot: I bought the PowerPack version of Mandriva to test it. I installed it to a virtual machine because my main goal is not to check for performance, but to see what Mandriva 2011 PowerPack offers that you do not get in Mandriva Desktop 2011.

Mandriva Linux Powerpack 2011 is here

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mandriva.com: Following the Mandriva Linux free 2011 Mandriva is proud to launch the Mandriva Powerpack 2011, the full version of Mandriva Linux!

Mandriva Linux 2011.0

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techquark.com: It's been a tough couple of years for Mandriva, with a lot of uncertainty about its future. The rising popularity of other mainstream distros and flagging sales brought it close to bankruptcy.

Mandriva 2011.0 - Supreme start, unhappy ending

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dedoimedo.com: I am going to torture Mandriva 2011.0 for a while and give you my two cents on how it works, how it looks, how it behaves. We will do all the usual...

Mageia, Mandriva and IBM: Battle of Giants

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linuxblog.darkduck: My laptop is very old, so old that many people don’t even remember the model. This is one of the last models designed and actually produced by IBM before it was sold to Lenovo. So, what was the trigger that made me think about divorcing Mandriva? Why did I decide to try Mageia?

Mandriva 2011 Hydrogen Reviewed

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ubuntumanual.org: Mandriva 2011 is a revolutionary Linux distro. Code named "Hydrogen", this version of Mandriva from the Rosa labs has introduced many features that may impress end users and more likely windows users to turn to Linux.

A Quick Look at Mandriva 2011

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techgage.com: Mandriva, one of Linux's oldest distributions, saw its latest release come out in late August, dubbed "2011". With it came a couple of major changes and a renewed focus, much to the chagrin of some fans.

A Mageia Rant

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Mandriva Desktop 2011 review

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linuxbsdos.com: Mandriva 2011, code name Hydrogen, is the latest desktop edition of the popular Linux distribution. Released August 28, 2011, it marks a new direction in the development of Mandriva desktop distributions.

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