raymond.cc: Recently, the 2010 edition of Mandriva rolled out the presses and became available to download. For those who know nothing at all about Mandriva or it’s history, I must explain why to me this is a big deal.
linuxjournal.com: In the short term, Mandriva is concentrating on cutting costs and raising funds to stay afloat. The tone of the press release is uncharacteristic of Mandriva's communications and leaves one to wonder if all this is truly good news.
linuxjournal.com: After a long and anxious month of delays, Mandriva finally released their 2010.1 Spring update with lots of goodies for all. In related news, PCLinuxos, a derivative of Mandriva, released what they've dubbed their Quarterly ISO updates in several flavors.
arstechnica.com: The Mandriva Linux distribution is distributed in several forms. The standard version, called Mandriva One, is an installable Live CD made available by the company at no cost via BitTorrent. The full commercial variant, called the Mandriva Powerpack, is sold to consumers through a subscription model.
g33q.co.za: I am sure you know, but in case you didn’t – one of the most exciting and long lived desktop Linux distros has rolled out a new release. Yes, Mandriva 2010 Spring is out – and I love it.
mandrivachronicles.blogspot: Yesterday, Mandriva 2010.1 (Spring) was released after a rather long wait that kept many people wondering if there was going to be a new Mandriva after "Adelie" . Since I had the opportunity to download the ONE version, I immediately installed it on my Dell Mini Inspiron V Netbook to test it.
mandriva.com: Mandriva, the leading European publisher of Linux solutions, announces today the launch of the final version of Mandriva Linux 2010 Spring.
softpedia.com: 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.
tuxradar.com: Finally, after weeks of uncertainty, we've just received a press release from Mandriva, and we're pasting it verbatim so you can read the news for yourselves. Let us know what you think this all means.
linuxjournal.com: News broke June 22 on the French technology Website, www.lemagit.fr, that Mandriva would neither have to be sold or closed due to the appearance of some private investors. Laprévote neither named these new investors nor elaborated on any specific business strategies.