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Article introductionThis article is a follow up on my earlier article on Mandriva Linux 2006 for home users. Basically it contains the same information but updated to Mandriva Linux 2007 ONE. It contains as well some polishment to my english writing thanks to John Barron (http://www.europa.demon.co.uk/). John gave me input on my English writing on the earlier article, which I did not have the time to include but which I included in this version.
The information in this article reflects my own experience, or even just my personal opinion, and your mileage may vary. During the writing I have tried to verify as much as possible the correctness of my statements, but as anyone I am prone to error, so if you should encounter mistakes, please let me know via my website: coulier.org.
Table of Contents
What is Mandriva Linux 2007 to home users?
Do all home users need to make the switch?
Make the switch or not?
Taking it all
And why Mandriva and not another distribution?
What do you get at the installation of Mandriva Linux?
What could be improved?
John Barron was so kind to do a big effort to create a print ready form of this article. He made it available via lulu.com in a colour as well as a black and white version. The PDF version can be downloaded for free from lulu.com, and the paperback comes at €10.23 for colour and €4.60 for B&W version (excl. shipping costs). Maybe an idea as a present for someone you know?
People that would like to reuse this info for other articles within the limits of the CC license, can contact me to receive the OpenOffice.org version of the text and the PNG version of the pictures.