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[News] Mandriva Linux Enterprise Server 5.1 in Review

  • Subject: [News] Mandriva Linux Enterprise Server 5.1 in Review
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 07 Apr 2010 21:43:55 +0100
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First Glance at Mandriva Enterprise Server 5.1  

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| Last fall I took Mandriva's desktop system, 
| Mandriva 2010, for a test drive and thoroughly 
| enjoyed the experience. The Mandriva 
| developers make one of the most user-friendly, 
| stable and elegant systems in the Linux 
| ecosystem. Having played with their Enterprise 
| Server, I find it to be in the same class of 
| excellence. The Enterprise Server is fast, 
| stable, easy to configure and wonderfully 
| intuitive to use. One of the things I enjoyed 
| most about using MES is it does a great job of 
| balancing giving information to the user while 
| staying out of the way. There aren't any 
| annoying pop-ups and neither is the user left 
| alone in an empty sea of UNIX. The Control 
| Center continues to be one of the best all-in-
| one configuration tools on the market and I 
| like the work the developers have put into 
| installing services as building blocks. Having 
| played with MES for a week, setting up 
| services, running and restoring backups and 
| managing accounts, I've encountered no 
| problems. The system feels polished and well 
| tested, suitable for a business environment 
| and the price tag makes Mandriva's Enterprise 
| Server a good option for small and medium 
| organisations who are looking for an 
| inexpensive solution. 


Getting the most out of Mandriva Linux



First Look â Mandriva 2010.1 beta 1 â Gnome Edition

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| The first beta release of Mandriva 2010.1 has
| been made available for testing. Being fans
| of the 2010 release (it was, in our opinion,
| Mandriva's best to date) we were eager to see
| what kind of progress is being made on their
| next stable release.

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