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Mageia

  • Jose Dieguez Castro
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Abstract

Mageia was born in the agony of Mandriva. Mageia is one of the heirs (along with PCLinuxOS and others) of a great lineage that started with Mandrake in 1998. It merged with another old Red Hat fork, Conectiva (1997), in 2005 and eventually changed its name to Mandriva (Mandrake + Conectiva). Mandriva/Mandrake was always a company-supported distro, but the company had problems staying afloat financially. Anticipating its coming demise, a bunch of developers of the company behind Mandriva and some other community members decided to fork the distro; as a result, the Mageia project was announced in September of 2010. The first version was released in June of 2011. Mandriva shipped is last release in the same year.

Keywords

Hardware Support Installation Process Professional Certification Expert Mode Online Repository 
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Copyright information

© Jose Dieguez Castro 2016

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jose Dieguez Castro
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  1. 1.A CoruñaSpain

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