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    Boot-Floppies with the Latest ‘n Greatest (kernel 2.4.3 and ReiserFS)
    by ghola on Thursday, April 19 @ 11:05:25 BST

    If you’ve been looking for a set of boot-floppies with the latest kernel and ReiserFS 3.6.25, then check out http://yokkunlinux.hypermart.net. These floppies were built with the latest set of Adrian Bunk’s 2.4-based .deb packages and a custom-compiled 2.4.3 kernel. See the webpage for details, but all the latest stuff should be included. You’ll also find a base2_2.tgz file, so you can build a complete base installation using all the latest stuff. Check it out! If you’ve been looking for a set of boot-floppies with the latest kernel and ReiserFS 3.6.25, then check out http://yokkunlinux.hypermart.net. These floppies were built with the latest set of Adrian Bunk’s 2.4-based .deb packages and a custom-compiled 2.4.3 kernel. See the webpage for details, but all the latest stuff should be included. You’ll also find a base2_2.tgz file, so you can build a complete base installation using all the latest stuff. Check it out!

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