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Linux Kernel's and AMD Athlons?

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Hi,  I am rather new to linux.  I was wondering if the newest stable kernel (2.2.14) supports AMD Athlon chips?  If not, does 2.3.99 (beta)?  Also when do you expect the 2.4 kernel to be released?  Thanks very much!
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I am running RH6.0 which is Kernal 2.2.5-12 on an Athlon 500. No problems. Infact it works very quickly.
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did rh 6.0 come with that kernel?
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yes. This is the kernal that came with RH6.0.
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