After an extended RC1 period and a few hiccups with our main server we’re finally happy to announce the immediate availability of Yoper Linux 2010. The RC2 feedback was a big thumps up from all sides.
So what’s in it? A well tuned 2.6.33 kernel with focus on desktop interactivity and rich driver functionality. For those who look at gaining an extra inch of interactivity get the kernel-bfs package installed. It contains an alternative CPU scheduler which is aimed at the average desktop CPU, instead of the broad range of CPUs the main kernel scheduler has to support.
The release is available with the following desktop environments: kde4, kde3, lxde and xfce.
So if you enjoy Linux and are looking for a little bit of extra speed, Yoper Linux might just be the right thing for you. Have a test drive and download it. And of course, please let us know what you think of it.