New kernel 2.5.0 released
The new version of the Linux kernel offers many improvements and features. It was developed by Linus Trovalds, the father of Linux, himself. The previous developer Alan Cox wanted to retire and deal with Red Hat.
Linus Trovalds has released a new development version of the kernel in version 2.5.0. The previous developer Alan Cox wants to withdraw a little and deal more with the distributor Red Hat. Version 2.4.15, which is identical to 2.5.0, is being further developed by the Italian Mario Tosatti. From the next release of the 2.5.x series, there will be several differences. In the new version some things like the new network file system intermezzo have been integrated. All new features can be found on the Kernel.org page.