which kernel being used in latest ubuntu?

ben darby ben at cvrse.com
Tue Nov 14 11:04:01 UTC 2006

* Jim Bryan wrote:
> Searched your website and the information on which
> linux kernel in latest distribution is nowhere to be
> found...
> Does 6.10 use kernel  Or, an earlier
> version?  Will 6.10 downloaded in the future, say
> February 07, then have a later version kernel 2.3.19.x
> or will it still be using that earlier one?
> Reason I ask: important in that new Intel Core 2 Duo
> chips apparently need a recent kernel, SMP, to
> correctly have both cores running at the same
> frequency.  As per your forum entry:
> http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=1736760

edgy (6.10) uses 2.6.17-x this version wont change in edgy only the
revision number for security/bug fixes, looks like fiesty(7.04) will
be based on the 2.6.19 kernel which is due for release in april 07 and
probably at a fairly usable state in feb, either that or you could
compile your own kernel from vanilla source but im sure there will be
other dependencies that have to be met and make it that bit more
difficult and it wont be supported as such.

ben darby
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