ALT Linux 6 Simply Review
Posted on: 09/16/2011 08:22 AM

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ALT Linux 6 Simply Review


ALT Linux, published by ALT Linux Ltd., a software vendor based in Moscow, Russia, is a distribution that originated from what used to be Mandrake Linux, now Mandriva Desktop. The first review of an ALT Linux Simply edition was of Simply Linux 5 (see Simply Linux 5 review).

This article is a review of ALT Linux 6 Simply, which was released on the same day as ALT Linux 6 KDesktop. You may read the review of ALT Linux 6 KDesktop here.

Like the KDE edition, 32- and 64-bit installation ISO images are available for download. The test installations, on real hardware and virtual environments, used for this review, were all done using the 32-bit edition. Shown below is the boot menu. The default installation language is Russian, with Spanish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Ukranian and English also supported. Pressing F2 (on the keyboard), should let you choose from the list of supported languages.



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