Jan 22 2014

Visit OpenMandriva at FOSDEM!

Hey-hey! OpenMandriva goes to FOSDEM to present the first release and it’s updates and the 2014 work! We will have the stand  and two very interesting presentations, you could follow the details (including the floorplan, how to find us there) by this link: https://wiki.openmandriva.org/en/FOSDEM/2014 Now there are plans stated – after event we will report! …

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Jan 13 2014

…and now you can make your OMA Lx 2013 even better with

the following notes that may help you get your OpenMandriva installation up and running and make some improvements to usability. First our apologies to those with UEFI in the BIOS of their machines; our uefi implementation did not work. You can install by disabling uefi in your BIOS this will be fixed in the next …

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Jan 11 2014

Our first release: 15 000 downloads!

Hi there:) Here are some OpenMandriva facts for those who are back from holidays; for the unfortunate lot who didn’t get a chance to break, we wish the facts cheer you up! Our first release, 2013.0, has been downloaded almost 15,000 times until now, and we are glad that you enjoyed it! Top five downloads …

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Jan 11 2014

2014!2014 !2014 !

Holidays… are effective time to work;) Here is our 2014 plan, enjoy! https://wiki.openmandriva.org/en/2014.0/Release_plan Ferien… effektive Zeit um zu arbeiten. Hier ist unser 2014-Plan, viel Spaß damit! https://wiki.openmandriva.org/en/2014.0/Release_plan Le temps des vacances est propice … au travail 😉 https://wiki.openmandriva.org/en/2014.0/Release_plan

Jan 02 2014

OpenMandriva presentation in Wolfsburg, Lower-Saxony / Germany

  Hello everyone, Association member and translation contributor Maik „tapwag“ Wagner will be giving an introduction to the openMandriva project at the Ostfalia Campus (University of Applied Sciences) in Wolfsburg on 8 January 2015 at 19:00 pm German time. The presentation is being held at the monthly WOBLUG (Wolfsburg Linux User Group) meeting.   Wolfsburg …

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Dec 09 2013

OpenMandriva and ROSA

After our first release we’ve received few questions about how OpenMandriva content differs from Rosa’s, and the nature of the relationship between OpenMandriva, ROSA and Mandriva SA? Technically speaking, OpenMandriva and ROSA share a common basic codebase as do all linux distributions. OMA and ROSA teams work in close cooperation exchanging code in both directions …

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Nov 25 2013

Prague

Hello again! We just finished a great get-together in Prague, with heads of all (almost, details come below) of the teams being present, and we had a very effective weekend! Points: 1. Enormous thanks and love to Anurag Bhandari, who should have been with us, and was not there only due to stupid complicated paperwork …

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Nov 22 2013

First OpenMandriva Lx final release is here!

OpenMandriva Lx 2013

The OpenMandriva Community is proud to announce our first release, OpenMandriva Lx 2013.0 ! OpenMandriva Lx is an exciting free Desktop Operating System that aims to cater to and interest first time and advanced users alike. It has the breadth and depth of an advanced system but is designed to be simple and straightforward in …

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Nov 15 2013

Here comes OpenMandriva Lx 2013.0 RC2!

OpenMandriva Lx 2013

And here it comes! A week after RC1, OpenMandriva 2013.0 Lx RC2 is out on schedule! It’s been mostly bugfixing and polishing at this stage. Nothing much different from RC1. You’ll notice, though, that we’ve only got one launcher for RC2, KickOff. If you want SimpleWelcome, you can install rosa-launcher, if you want Homerun, you …

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Nov 12 2013

The Flavor of Freedom Wallpaper Contest: The winner is…

Hey there! 🙂 The wallpaper contest is over, and time to announce the winners! Spread the word, feel the freedom with these beautiful pictures, selected by yourselves!! The top 10 (actually 11 ;), see the scores) will be included by default in distribution, and all the rest will be available in extra-package. Thank you for …

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