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Mandriva Linux 2010 RC1 is now available for tests

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Mandriva Linux 2010 RC1 version is now available on public mirrors. This RC1 version is available through

Free version, 32 and 64 bits DVDs
Dual arch CD (both 32 and 64 bits)
One versions, KDE or GNOME
Virtualbox image

These isos are hybrid isos which means you can dump it on an USB key to install it. Use Mandriva-seeds, it’s as easy as a click!This RC1 version is a rather a bug fix version with some more major updates:

Many bug fixes in Mandriva tools especially in network tools
Many bug fixes in both KDE and GNOME environments
Kernel 2.6.31 final release

more here




The previous beta seemed

The previous beta seemed more solid. This one is a bit shakey but good work Mandriva.

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