Why Linux Kernel 2.6 Rocks
Posted on: 08/30/2006 11:24 AM

OSWeekly.com posted an article on Linux Kernel 2.6

If you are the kind of person who believes in the phrase "More is Good," then get ready to be bogged down by the impressive new set of features that Linux kernel 2.6 boasts. Since the very beginning, Linux is known for its stability, and kernel version 2.6 continues the saga. With a host of new features, support for virtually million devices (and that includes an array of mobile and embedded devices), improved audio-video capabilities, journaling and distributed file systems, increased user space for application programs, support for up to 64GB of RAM, 16 terabytes of file systems and millions of users, the further improved GNU/Linux will most certainly win your hearts.

Why Linux Kernel 2.6 Rocks


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