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Is there a newer slackware linux kernel out there (newer then 2.0.30)

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I have been running slackware linux webserver and also hosting whats known as a pserver (the server for the Palace Chat client) now, the newest pserver does not seem to work well or at all with my linux kernel and I was told there was a newer yet stable linux kernel? anyone got feed back? can tell me where to find?
and if you have any familiararity with The Palace Pservers running in this OS I need some help getting the newest to run... thanks in advance
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The newest Slackware version (7.0 kernel 2.2.13) can be found at

http://www.slackware.com/getslack/
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actually kernel 2.2.14 is out.
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