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Mandriva Linux

 
Mandriva Linux

Mandriva Linux is one of the most popular choices for its ease of use and great choice of included applications. Includes the KDE 4 desktop. The GNOME desktop can be downloaded and installed as an option from the desktop. Software includes OpenOffice.org, Mozilla Firefox & Thunderbird, and much more.  Full details can be found at the Mandriva website.  

Please note that Mandriva Linux used to be known as Mandrake Linux.

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Versions available from enjoyLinux.co.uk:  

Mandriva Linux One 2011 (installation & Live DVD, KDE 4, 32-bit) 1 DVD - £3.00
Mandriva Linux One 2011 (installation & Live DVD, KDE 4, 64-bit) 1 DVD - £3.00
   
Mandriva Linux One 2010 (installation & Live CD XFCE 32-bit) 1 CD - £2.00
   

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System Requirements: 

  • CPU: Any Intel, AMD or VIA processor 
  • RAM: 512MB minimum, 1GB recommended
  • Graphic Cards: Graphics card: NVIDIA®, ATITM, Intel®, SiS, Matrox,VIA. 3D desktop functionality requires an NVIDIA GeForce (up to 8800), ATITM Radeon 7000 to HD 3870, or Intel® i845 to x4500HD, and most others.
  • Sound Cards: All Sound Blaster, AC97 and HDA compatible cards are supported. Note: Creative Labs X-Fi cards are not currently supported.
     

Mandriva Linux Screenshot
Mandriva Linux One 2011 (KDE 4)

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