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Is there a major Linux distribution that uses 3.2.x kernel?

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closed as too localized by Mat, Michael Mrozek May 17 '12 at 13:27

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Although I know that this is not a great question, but I think its better to consider that one who asked it is a very new to our community and is better (again) to not down-vote it immediately. – XinHua May 17 '12 at 13:18
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Yes! Backtrack 5 R2 uses 3.2.6 kernel.

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Ubuntu 12.04 seems pretty major as well. It's on 3.2.0.

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