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[News] New Releases of Mandriva Enterprise Server and Berry Linux

  • Subject: [News] New Releases of Mandriva Enterprise Server and Berry Linux
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2010 12:19:25 +0000
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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Mandriva Enterprise Server 5.1 released

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| Mandriva has announced the availability of 
| the first point update to version 5 of its 
| Enterprise Server commercial Linux 
| distribution. Mandriva Enterprise Server 
| 5.1 includes all of the distributions 
| previous updates and a number of 
| improvements.


Berry Linux 1.01 Is Based on Fedora 12

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| Berry Linux is a Live CD Linux distribution 
| based on Fedora and aimed mostly at the 
| Japanese market.


GeeXboX 2.0 Alpha 2 released

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| The GeeXboX developers have announced the 
| availability of the second alpha of version 
| 2.0 of their small embedded Linux 
| distribution aimed at Home Theatre PCs 
| (HTPC) and media centres. The latest 
| development release addresses a number of 
| bugs from last month's first alpha and 
| includes several changes.


Announcing Linux Mint 8 RC1 LXDE Edition

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| After the announcements of KDE, KDE64 and 
| Fluxbox editions of the current Linux Mint 
| 8 (Helena) operating system, Clement 
| Lefebvre and the Linux Mint community are 
| once again proud to present today the first 
| release candidate of the upcoming Linux 
| Mint 8 LXDE Community Edition. Being 
| powered by Linux kernel 2.6.31, the new 
| edition includes X.Org 7.4, Openbox 
| and PCManFM 0.5.2. The Linux Mint 8 RC1 
| LXDE Edition has been created for people 
| who want a fast, lightweight and good-
| looking operating system, for their antique 
| hardware.



Mandriva Corporate Server 4.0 review

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| Mandriva Corporate Server 4.0, released on September 19,
| is a major step forward not only for Mandriva, but for GUI-based
| server operating systems in general. It won't sway any sysadminsw
| who are comfortable with the CLI, but if you don't have the budget
| to hire a good GNU/Linux sysadmin, you'll have a much easier time
| with Mandriva Corporate Server 4.0 than pretty much any other
| server operating system.

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