[News] Mandriva Linux 2010 Does a "Green Solution", Zenwalk 6.2 Reviewed

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Mandriva opts for the green solution with packaging for the Mandriva Linux 2010

,----[ Quote ]
| Mandriva, Europe's leading Linux publisher, 
| offers clients recyclable, environmentally-
| friendly packaging for its latest 
| distribution: Mandriva linux 2010.
| At a time when bringing in sustainable 
| development policies is imperative for 
| business, Mandriva has gone for entirely 
| recyclable packaging for its latest 
| distribution to meet customer wishes. 


Review: Zenwalk 6.2

,----[ Quote ]
| Conclusions:  This is hands-down one of the 
| most user-friendly distributions I've tried.  
| This long-term test drive had a few relatively 
| minor bugs, and they were far outweighed by 
| Zenwalk's overall friendliness and ease of use.  
| The distro is bright and well-designed, and is 
| backed by strong documentation and a newby-
| friendly community.  In my installation it had 
| a very high “just worked” factor, although 
| obviously individual results may vary for other 
| users and machines.   If XFCE isn't your cup of 
| tea, Zenwalk is also available in a GNOME 
| version.



Zenwalk Core 6.2 is ready

,----[ Quote ]
| Like the plain 6.2, Zenwalk Core 6.2 is
| mostly new code (nearly all packages have
| been updated), and the base system has been
| slightly modified (EXT4, kernel
| The switch to LZMA for package compression
| has reduced the overall size of the ISO image
| (170MB).

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