Is that a separate distribution of Linux, or just a desktop environment that can be configured on your current one?
Edward wrote:I have some news.
When Mandriva Linux 2009 Spring is released (currently scheduled for April), the Mandriva Free distribution will also include a Mini image that can be downloaded and burned to a CD or DVD.
This Mini image contains both i586 and x86_64 files, that will install a basic Mandriva Linux system using LXDE as the default desktop environment.
2009 Spring is presently still in Cooker (considered beta), but Alpha 2 has been released for testing. This particular Mini image is also available for downloading, if anyone is interested in installing it.
Here is the article at the Mandriva Wiki regarding Alpha 2. Further down on the page, there are download links. The Mini image has a filename of mandriva-linux-free-2009.1-dual-arch.iso and MD5's are also available, to verify the integrity of the download afterwards.
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