Mandriva's Limited Edition 2005 brings the ultimate to Linux enthusiasts --
Mandriva (pronounced "Man-dree-vah"!), the company formerly known as
Mandrakesoft, today released Limited Edition 2005, a special new
version of its operating system that blends the most up to date popular
open source applications, including Firefox 1.0.2, with specific
customisations resulting in advanced multimedia, internet and
development capabilities. These features include out-of-the-box Web
content RSS reading and software sound mixing (so multiple applications
can play sound at once). Limited Edition 2005 is the only Linux system
to allow the trouble-free coexistence of 32-bit and 64-bit
applications. It also offers enhanced hardware support for removable
devices, including the ability to boot from USB keys.
Mandrakesoft Announces Name Change! --
After spending weeks balancing pros and cons, Mandrakesoft has decided
to change its name! The name change will apply worldwide to both the
company and its products.