Best price/performance 2.x kernel dist. on CD?

Best price/performance 2.x kernel dist. on CD?

Post by Michael Kel » Thu, 08 Aug 1996 04:00:00

Looking for suggestions for a linux dist. with a 2.x kernel.
It seems like it's time to quit messin' with 1.x.x stuff and
just reinstall a 2.x system that has good PPP and sound
card support.

Anyone recommend inexpensive CDs that fit the bill?
I need Adaptec AHA152x support, new EIDE support,
solid PPP support for US Robotics external 28.8/14.4-fax-modem
and SoundBlaster16 PnP support.  If all the support could be
incorporated during installation that would be great!

Thanks in advance.

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