Posts Tagged ‘Mageia’
The first beta of the upcoming OpenMandriva 2014 has been released, improving on the alpha and on course for release in two month’s time
Mageia’s releases is becoming quite the event. How is Mageia 4 version going to differentiate itself from the already fantastic Mageia 3?
Bugs in the original Mageia 3 ISO have been found, causing the development team to release new images that fix the issue
Mageia 3 has finally been released after a two week delay, fixing the installation bugs of the release candidate, and bringing with it updates and refinements over Mageia 2
Fedora 19 Alpha is the second of the three major releases this week, and this development release marks the beginning of public testing for the next major version of the distro
The Mageia 3 release is on 3rd May, and in the run up to this, the release candidate has been made available for a final round of testing.
Is this beta for one of the best community run distros around a good indicator for the full release, or a serious work in progress like last year?
Mageia 3, the next version of the popular new distribution, is in its final Alpha stages, with updates to the installer and kernel
The heads of Mandriva SA have decided to base upcoming server versions of Mandriva on Mageia, the community run Mandriva fork
Can Mageia dazzle the world stage once again, or has it run out of tricks?
Mageia is nearly in its second iteration, and the Mandriva fork has gone a long way to establish its own identity while retaining the best bits