The Trouble With Mandriva

Very few of the large, noncommercial distros are failing, observed blogger Robert Pogson. However, “from [Mandriva's] early days as Mandrake, the ‘insider club’ that paid to use Mandrake for ‘extras’ made the organization dependent on constant growth and the generosity of users. That is hard to sustain, and the cost of advertising and payroll are a millstone around the neck of such a distro.”

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