Verifying mandriva powerpack ISO
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 26, 2009
I download DVD Mandriva Powerpack from a public ftp, and I was wondering how can I verify if the download file (ISO) was not altered or modify and make sure is legitimate. There is a link where can I see the size or by mdz5
mandriva powerpack 2010.2 several problems
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 24, 2012
I just installed mandriva PowerPack 2010.2 and facing several problems.
* How can I change emacs theme ?
*It does not detect sound card?
*How do I activate combiz, it says that my system does not support 3d.
*It does not detect the eth1 (Wi-Fi) card, and no option to use linux driver, only ndiswrapper which I don't like and don't know where it is located?
*sakis3g does not connect, first I choose connect with 3g then when I choose the use usb device , it repeat the same window again and again...
I have ThinkPad E530 64bit with windows 7.
please help me ,
Thank You Very Much,
How do i install my mandriva dvd iso on a dell 5100
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 26, 2006
hey guys never had to use a forum before (just sat there annoyed with XP) but i finally got me a linux dvd iso (Mandriva-Linux-Free-2006-DVD.i586) to be exact but i burnt it to a disc with alcohol 120% and burnt fine as far as i know. i have a spare partition (20GB) tried to boot of the cd to install but just says "device not ready" but i have booted of this drive heaps with XP. so i tried to browse the cd for help files but windows dont read the cd ??? please help or just give me a link ive been looking for ages.
Installing Mandriva NOT ISO
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 9, 2005
Ok So I am downloading right now a copy of the latest Mandriva release (2006 edition). Currently there is no ISOs. How would I install Mandriva? There is one iso called boot however where do i place all the files that are needed? Sorry for my noobish question but I am a learning ex Windows User.
Mandriva PowerPack 2010 slow and bloated
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 25, 2010
I just installed Mandriva 2010 Powerpack three days ago. I was very impressed. But now the os is very sluggish and bloated. What can I do about this?
I had begun thinking about uninstalling when I saw some advice on the Mandriva 2010 Powerpack forum that it would be helpful to uninstall nspluginwrapper. It has helped, but not enough.
I'm an Ubuntu transplant and am unfamiliar with Mandriva. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks.
Gateway E4000 Pentium 4; 1.80 GHz; 1 GiB RAM; nVidia 5300; 20 GiB hdd: Linux Mint 8 ME; 40 GiB hdd: Mandriva PowerPack (Gnome) 2010.
Mandriva Powerpack+ vs Free with repositories
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 9, 2006
I was just wondering, what is the difference between Mandriva Powerpack+ and Mandriva Free with all the Mandriva ftp and PLF repositories added? AFAIK Powerpack is supposed to be the server (enterprise) edition of Mandriva. But everything you need for a server you can get using the Free + repositories method. So what else is there? Config tools? What? [excluding the support... coz we get enough of that here ]
Mandriva 2010.2 Powerpack review
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 28, 2011
I recently acquired the new-ish Mandriva Powerpack 2010.2 and chose to install KDE for the first half of this review. I get enough gnome on my Ubuntu desktops that KDE deserves first place on this installation. I broke my Linux cherry on Mandrake 6 and that is the only reason I can come up with for spending $60 USD on a Linux distribution. It is only available in download format, which really peeved me off. I liked buying the box, in the past you would get a book, a plush tux holding the mandrake star, and a very high quality silkscreen blue disk. There is no justification for purchasing this other than nostalgia.
The first thing I noticed was that it still uses the arcane root system with no sudo. I am unsure whether or not I like this. It supports my resolution 1366x768. Ubuntu 10.10 has never been able to see this and this really makes Ubuntu look ugly. The boot loader is really cool and glitch free even when using proprietary drivers, another thing Ubuntu really lacks. The Welc
unable to download Mandriva free 2007 CD.iso
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 28, 2007
Bonsoir, Bonan vesperon
Any way I tried to download the (first) iso, the download always stopped short before the end (either Linux, Firefox, or Filezilla, or Kget; either Win98 IE6).
Is there a trick to get these free CDs (I got the 2006, I had some problems, don't remember which, but got them...The 2007 seem just inaccessible...)
Where can I download an ISO of Mandriva 2007 Free
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 11, 2006
I downloaded BitTorrent, installed and tried using Torrent to download Mandriva from this site http://www.mandriva.com/en/download/free but once BTorrent began, the progress eventually showed it would take 1 day 23 hrs, speed was worse than my old modem and there was something about a firewall. Is a firewall supposed to be disabled just to download this file and won't that leave my machine vulnerable?
Is there any other way to download the Mandriva 2007? I use cable internet highspeed with windows firewall.
Or would anyone have a copy of the iso perhaps on their website that I could download with my XP OS? I would like to install linux as a dual boot and I've heard this distro is super!!
Your help is most appreciated!! Thanks, katy
CD ISO size for Mandriva
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 17, 2005
I want to install Mandriva for x86_64. From the download site - I only see one ISO for CD - no DVD and not the 3 CD ISOs.
Anyway, when I download the 699 Mb file, it shows up as a 715 Mb ISO, which Roxio promptly rejects. How do I burn this onto CD?
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