Ultra X Linux Review: Ubuntu With A Faster Kernel
Ultra X Linux is a new Linux distribution built on the solid structure of Ubuntu. It is powered by a modified kernel which delivers a better performance than Ubuntu itself.
An interesting addition is represented by the tmpclear feature – an innovative way to automatically solve issues related with X0-lock errors determined by incorrect installation of certain drivers when you deploy Ubuntu.
The Linux kernel version used is 2.6.24-16.30 and the results of Ubuntu tuning are reflected in a faster speed and an extended support for a larger variety of applications. Ultra X Linux is shipped with an unique GNOME desktop out of the box, but tweaks for KDE support can also be performed.
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Gotta be really fast, or then meant for really slow computers, because I don't see how you could get it so much faster than Ubuntu that a completely new distribution was needed. If there are really big (in a good way) differences, good, but if it's just a new kernel and a tweak or two, I had rather written a howto or contacted Ubuntu and that way 'paid back' for the goodness than just cloned it with a new name.
Anyway, good luck with it---I might give it a try later on..
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