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Mandriva 2010 Alpha Brings Plymouth, New Features

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    Phoronix: Mandriva 2010 Alpha Brings Plymouth, New Features

    The first alpha release of Mandriva Linux 2010 was released on Sunday. This development update brings a number of core improvements to Mandriva such as a faster boot time, Plymouth integration for enhancing the boot process, Tomoyo for providing the security framework, Moblin packaging, and various other improvements. In this article we are taking a brief look at Mandriva Linux 2010 Alpha 1.

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  • #2
    2010? Sounds very creepy to me, time to wake up.


    • #3
      I started out on Mandrake 9.0 after a stint on Red Hat.
      the Mandriva Control Center is so good, I am so surprised other distro's don't have something similar [besides Suse that has YaST]

      I have come back to Mandriva on 2009.1 and I am loving it. It boots so fast on my desktop and EEE PC. Stable and snappy and with the MCC, all power is given to the users.

      Top work Mandriva!


      • #4
        Can you guys post a boot up video showing difference b.w plymouth and splashy /