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 We are alive and well

 
 by donoterase on: Dec 2 2010
 
Score 63%

Mandriva is a very polished distro, and hold its own when compared to other more popular distros. Every new release is an improvement on the previous IMO. It also doesn't feel as bloated as other distro's I have used. Mandriva will always be no.1 for me. I've been using Mandriva 2010.1 Spring edition for the past few weeks, and must say, it's turning out to be quite promising.

On a side note, I was thinking of starting up a guide on how to replace all the default mandriva icons. some of them are butt ugly, while others don't fit into existing themes. Is this something people will be interested in? I started one in the past, with a guide on how to replace the default wireless icons, but it didn't get many hits, and little to no comments, so I removed it. Anyway, hope to get some more folks back here for a good ol chat on all things Mandriva. Peace.


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 Re: We are alive and well

 
 by Moviuro on: Dec 2 2010
 
Score 50%

Yop ! replacing the Mandriva default icons interest me :D I use the Cairo Dock and can customise it but still can't have firefox with my dark-blue icon :(
Tell me where to find your guide ;)
looking forwards to your answer


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 Re: Re: We are alive and well

 
 by donoterase on: Dec 3 2010
 
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I will try and get a guide started over the next week or so...but will be relying on other's to contribute and slowly add to it. :)...here's what I can think of, just off the top of my head:

- Default netapplet icons (Wireless and ethernet icons in particular)
- Mandriva start icon
- Keep/Forget Authorisation icon

They were icons that bothered me the most.


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 Re: Re: We are alive and well

 
 by donoterase on: Dec 3 2010
 
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As far as I know with firefox, I believe if you browse to /usr/lib/firefox-(version)/chrome/icons/default, you will find the answer you are looking for. Hope that's the solution you were looking for. Peace.


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 Re: Re: Re: We are alive and well

 
 by Moviuro on: Dec 4 2010
 
Score 50%

It works :D
the tougher is to have the skills to use the Konsole ^__^
If you wish to change icons, you can modify the menu and use the Lancelot one, which is customizable.


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 Mageia Linux

 
 by donoterase on: Dec 6 2010
 
Score 50%

Anybody out there been keeping up to date with the Mandriva employee lay-off situation? Future is not looking too good for us Mandriva users...but fear not...word is, a new distro called Mageia will be forked from Mandriva, so that is good news for us! Find more info at http://megeia.org


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 Re: Mageia Linux

 
 by tuxvoytec on: Dec 6 2010
 
Score 50%

Hm... 22-12-2010 Mandriva 2010.2 is release. What's bad with that?

Mandriva will now be released once a year.MDV 2011 is scheduled for May 30


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 Re: Re: Mageia Linux

 
 by donoterase on: Dec 6 2010
 
Score 50%

Yes, I'm well aware of that. I am all for a yearly release. Did I say something wrong in my comment that you would like to share? It is IMO that with the new management team concentrating on the server market, I feel like its a sad day for Mandriva users as we see a chapter closed. As a gnome user also, it s**ts me to tears that there was no mention of whether gnome will still be focused on. There was only mention of "being the best KDE distribution". So what's bad about that you say? Hmmm.


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 Re: Re: Mageia Linux

 
 by Moviuro on: Dec 11 2010
 
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:( I was planning tu use mdv2011 in january :'(
Why do they have to way until May 2011 ?!?


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 Ma.WHAT?

 
 by kstrike on: Dec 7 2010
 
Score 50%

ManDRAKE
ManDRIVA
MaGEIA
Sorry, but what next?
ManGAY, may be?
Good luck with those
ManTHINGS.


Zako in a box.
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 Re: Ma.WHAT?

 
 by tuxvoytec on: Dec 7 2010
 
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You understand wrong. Mandriva is still live. Mageia is created by the staff of Mandriva SA who have been dismissed (the entire IT department EDGE)


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 Re: Re: Ma.WHAT?

 
 by kstrike on: Dec 8 2010
 
Score 50%

Ok.
Thanks for the INFO.


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 Re: Ma.WHAT?

 
 by 5er on: Aug 20 2011
 
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I'm not sure what Mandriva means, but Mageia is a pretty awesome choice for a name. It means magic in Greek. It's a reference to Mandrake the magician.


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 Mandriva private repository

 
 by BlueBoy on: Dec 7 2010
 
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At this link you can find packages for the Mandriva distro , which may not have in the official repositories.

http://files.myopera.com/Anaximandar/files/index.html

P.S. Long live the Tux!


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 Mageia

 
 by ozky on: Aug 20 2011
 
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I have installed mageia and it's working like a dream :D i have both kde and gnome installed but no gnome 3 need to wait for mageia 2 to getting gnome 3


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 Mageia - Mandriva

 
 by Phlox on: Aug 20 2011
 
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I'm running Mandriva 2011 RC2 and it runs smoothly.
Why go to Mageia when Mandriva still rocks?


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