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Mandriva Linux One 2006 beta 3

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Hot on the heels of beta 2 comes beta 3 of Mandriva One, our new installable live CD version of Mandriva Linux 2006.

The principal change in this beta is that the kernel panic on systems with multiple optical drives should be fixed. There have also been fixes for booting from USB CD drives, detecting SATA drives and the auto-configuration of the firewall.

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