Mageia 2 Linux Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 23 May 2012 at 01:50 AM EDT. 11 Comments
Operating Systems
The second release of Mageia Linux is now available.

Mageia 2 features a reduced minimal installer, the installer supports MIPS and ARM as well as x86*, systemd integration, better Btrfs support, support for the NILFS2 file-system, updated desktop environments, and much more.

Find out more on Mageia 2 from the release notes or download at Mageia.org.
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