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SubjectRe: Latest stable
Hi Vinolin.

> Can you please reply me "which is the stable version of linux" now?

That depends what you mean by "stable", as there are currently two
parallel stable development trees:

1. "Stable and ready for production use" is the latest 2.2 series
kernel, found at ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.2/ on
the Internet.

2. "Stable but untested in production use" is the latest 2.4 series
kernel, found at ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.4/ on
the Internet.

Basically, the 2.4 series kernels are stable and contain all the latest
kernel technology, but you are advised to test your setup on a system
whose stability doesn't matter and satisfy yourself that they are
suitable for your use.

Best wishes from Riley.

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