The Bullet Points: Linux 2.4 - Part Deux
Linux 2.4 is shaping up to be the best version of Linux yet... oh, wait, I already used the line for Linux 2.2. With many new features for desktop and enterprise, the new kernel has something for everyone. Bring the kids!
Joseph Pranevich (firstname.lastname@example.org) is an avid Linux geek and, while not working for Lycos, enjoys writing (all kinds) and working with a number of open-source projects.
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