Finnix Is The First Distro With Linux Kernel 3.0

Ryan Finnie announced a few days ago the immediate availability of a new version of his Finnix Linux distribution, now powered by the recently released Linux kernel 3.0.

Dubbed Algoma, the Finnix 102 operating system was released at the end of last week, on July 23rd, and it features a smaller distribution size, support for Xen pvops and support for the 486 architecture.

There are lots of other Linux distros that use Linux kernel 3.0, but they are still in development. Therefore, we can say that Finnix 102 is the first stable Linux operating system that uses the brand-new Linux kernel 3.0.

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