Mandrake 7.0

Mandrake 7.0

Mandrake Linux 7.0, released in October 2000, was one of the early versions of the Mandrake Linux distribution. Mandrake Linux, later known as Mandriva Linux before its discontinuation, was recognized for its user-friendly approach, graphical tools, and ease of installation.

Mandrake Linux was a highly polished and easy to use Linux distribution, originally based on Red Hat Linux with KDE. In 2005, Mandrake Linux became Mandriva.


Linux Distro: Mandrake 7.0
Kernel: 2.2.14
Type: Stable
Date: January 27, 2000
Feature: N/A

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