of its Debian squeeze based distribution for multimedia
creators. From the release announcement: "[P]erhaps the most notable change is the new 2.6.32 default Kernel and the now pre-installed optional 2.6.31-rt11 Realtime Kernel (available post-install). Both seem to be giving fast and reliable performance in preliminary testing however boot times have increased significantly over previous Kernels. Users should be aware that the LiveDVD may take a few minutes to configure and boot and that the few udev warnings that are displayed are harmless.
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