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Mandriva Flash 2008 Linux Review

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The big difference seems to be the 4GB flash drive instead of the old 2GB one...
Mandriva is the only Linux maker that offers a version of its distribution packaged with and designed to run off a USB stick. True, you can install virtually any Linux distro onto an external USB device, but Mandriva Flash 2008 offers you a complete solution, including a USB stick with pre-installed version of Mandriva Linux and a CD containing a few useful tools. It's a worthwhile package, though not without room for improvement.
 read more | mail this link | score:4338 | -Ray, December 13, 2007
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