Mageia 4.1 Comes Out As A Surprise Release
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 20 June 2014 at 07:51 PM EDT. Add A Comment
Mageia 4.1 is out today as an unscheduled maintenance release to the Mandriva-forked Linux distribution.

Mageia 4.1 rounds up all of the stable package updates and bug/security fixes since the Mageia 4 release several months back. Also warranting the ISO re-spins is that there's an important upstream syslinux bug-fix that prevented the earlier ISOs when burnt to a DVD from booting up on some older systems. Of course, Mageia 4.1 also rolls in the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug-fix too.

The Mageia 4.1 ISOs and other information pertaining to this Mageia 4 refresh can be found from Mageia.org.
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