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January 25, 2007

Distribution Release: Mandriva One 2007 “Metisse”

Filed under: Distributions, Mandriva — tuxicity @ 12:51 pm


Mandriva has announced the availability of a new live CD edition with a unique 3D desktop environment – Mandriva One 2007 “Metisse”: “Metisse is a window manager developed by the In Situ project. Available under the General Public Licence exclusively for Linux, Metisse differs from a classic 3D desktop (‘the cube’) in the way that it offers innovative windows interactions, thus enforcing work efficiency.” Originally released to the members of the Mandriva Club only, the CD image with GNOME and Metisse is now available for free download from Mandriva mirrors. For more information please visit the Metisse product pages to see screenshots and download videos of Metisse in action. Download: Mandriva-2007.0-One-Metisse.i586.iso (701MB, MD5).

Mandriva Linux (formerly Mandrakelinux) was created in 1998 with the goal of making Linux easier to use for everyone. At that time, Linux was already well-known as a powerful and stable operating system that demanded strong technical knowledge and extensive use of the “command line”; MandrakeSoft saw this as an opportunity to integrate the best graphical desktop environments and contribute its own graphical configuration utilities and quickly became famous for setting the standard in ease-of-use and functionality. With this innovative approach, Mandriva Linux offers all the power and stability of Linux to both individuals and professional users in an easy-to-use and pleasant environment. Thousands of new users are discovering Linux each and every day and finding it a complete replacement for their previous operating system. Linux as a server or workstation has no reason to be jealous of any other more established operating systems.


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