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Mandriva Linux 2010 RC2 is now available

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The following info is from the cooker mailing list:

Mandriva Linux 2010 RC2 is now available on public mirrors. For this RC2 release you will find:

 

- 2 Free DVD isos, 32 and 64 bits

- 1 CD dual arch iso (32/64 bits)

- One isos, KDE and GNOME and virtual images will come next Monday

 

All these isos are hybrid isos. You can then use Mandriva-seeds to dump it on USB key for installation.

 

Please note that final design is not integrated.

 

Useful links

- 2010 Beta information: http://wiki.mandriva.com/en/2010.0_RC_2

- 2010 planning: http://wiki.mandriva.com/en/2010.0_Development#Planning

- 2010 specifications: http://wiki.mandriva.com/en/2010.0_Development#Technical_specifications (pdf document)

 

As usual, please note that this is a development version that should not be used in production.

 

Tests welcome to help us improving it in final run. Tests wanted especially on Poulsbo drivers.

 

Cheers

--

Anne NICOLAS

Director of Engineering

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Does anyone know where I can find the Virtualbox image of RC2?

Read the origanal post.
One isos, KDE and GNOME and virtual images will come next Monday

Ken

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Guest Jon_J

Hi, I'm new here and decided to try Mandriva specifically to try poulsbo drivers under linux.

I have a Dell mini-10 netbook, which has the Intel GMA 500 poulsbo graphics driver.

I know of the "workaround" posted for Ubuntu 9.04, and have this currently installed onto my multiboot setup.

I also tried Debian "Lenny" on this netbook, but there seems to be no support for the poulsbo graphics.

I'm currently downloading the following ISO via a torrent, and hopefully it will finish by later tonight.

mandriva-linux-one-2010.0-rc2-GNOME-europe-americas-cdrom-i586.iso

I'm hoping the poulsbo drivers are included, but if not, I'll search for the drivers after testing this live image.

 

Thank you,

Jon

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