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Mandriva Linux 2010.1 Finally Released

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The Spring version of the popular Mandriva Linux distribution is now available for download on mirrors worldwide. With the release of Mandriva Linux 2010.1 “Spring,” we definitely know that Mandriva is alive and kicking.

The final release comes in three editions: One Edition, Free Edition and Powerpack Edition. Mandriva Linux 2010.1 is available for both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures, with GNOME and KDE4 LiveCDs.

Mandriva Linux 2010.1 "Spring" offers hot features, such as Guest account, a new installation method and improved Mandriva Directory Server. It also comes with some bleeding-edge applications, like Mozilla Firefox 3.6.6 or OpenOffice.org 3.2. The popular Opera and Chromium web browsers are available from the included software repositories.

Highlights of Mandriva Linux 2010.1:




Downloading it now!

Whooo hooo! Finally... Can't wait to get it installed.

re: downloading

I think I'll wait for the mirrors and direct download. The gestapo will come knock down my door and wrestle me to the ground if I fire up a torrent.

I don't think it's officially released just yet. Softpedia just got hold of early seeder torrents.

re: downloading

I got mine directly from Mandriva's website. Yes, it was via torrent, though.

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