Mageia 3, a new flavour of Linux to try

Subject: General Tech | May 28, 2013 - 01:13 PM |
Tagged: linux, mageia

If you've been looking around for a different OS for a laptop or PC that doesn't spend all of its time gaming you have probably taken a look at some of the more famous Linux distros but one may have escaped your attention.  Mageia 3 has just arrived, the successor to the Mandriva project and as it offers both Gnome and KDE desktop versions you can chose the interface which you are most comfortable with.  As it comes as a Live DVD you can boot to  it on a current machine without having to go through the process of a full install and can leave your current OS intact.  Perhaps you have a family member or friend that spends their time browsing that you support and are looking for an alternative to Microsoft or are even just looking to avoid the cost of a new license on an inexpensive mobile device; if so drop by The Inquirer for the links to download Mageia 3.

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"LINUX DISTRIBUTION Mageia launched its third and latest release Mageia 3 a few days ago, and that's now available to download directly from the Mageia website and many of the well known mirrors like and many university supported mirrors via either Bittorrent, http or ftp."

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Source: The Inquirer

May 28, 2013 | 07:20 PM - Posted by Allen (not verified)

Mandrake-->Mandriva-->Mageia. you can't even kill it with fire!

May 28, 2013 | 08:16 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)


May 28, 2013 | 10:54 PM - Posted by derz

Steam is out for Linux, so you can do some gaming now a days.

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