Mandriva Linux 2010 Spring delayed
Mandriva has confirmed that the next major release of its Linux distribution, originally expected to arrive on the 3rd of June, has once again been delayed. In early June, the French Linux distributor surprisingly issued a second release candidate (RC2) and postponed the release date for the distribution indefinitely. According to a post on the Cooker mailing list by Mandriva Director of Engineering Anne Nicholas, the delay was caused by "internal organisation and some hardware problems".
The final version of Mandriva Linux 2010 Spring (2010.1) is now scheduled to officially arrive on the 8th of July, with torrents for free ISOs for early seeders arriving this weekend. The latest stable release is Mandriva Linux 2010.0, code-named "Adelle", from early November of 2009.
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