Finnix 106 Distribution Is Based on Linux Kernel 3.5

The developers have also provided a fix for a potential system bug fix

By Silviu Stahie on October 30th, 2012 12:12 GMT

Version 106 of Finnix, a small, self-contained, bootable Linux CD distribution for system administrators, based on Debian testing, has just been released.

The new version of Finnix, 106, has very few changes, with the exception of a new Linux kernel, 3.5, and a small fix for a system freeze which occurred if the system's disk included an extended partition.

Besides these changes, Finnix 106 also integrated Project NEALE, which is an effort of the developers to build Finnix releases in a completely automated and normalized way.

Project NEALE (Normalized Extraction and Assembly of LiveCD Environments) is a set of procedures used to build Finnix from a low level in a consistent manner.

With NEALE, developers can provide consistent builds, and automated build tests of Finnix can be performed.

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