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    Linux andromeda 2.6.32-5-amd64 #1 SMP Thu Nov 25 18:02:11 UTC 2010 x86_64 GNU/Linux
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    2.6.36-1.dmz.1-liquorix-686

    Bacteria and yeast aren't exactly the same thing. Yeast fermentation is still vegetarian, especially since the yeast is removed during the distillation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgosnell View Post
    2.6.36-1.dmz.1-liquorix-686

    Bacteria and yeast aren't exactly the same thing. Yeast fermentation is still vegetarian, especially since the yeast is removed during the distillation.
    Not to mention in a vegetarian diet, insects and stuff they produce is safe to eat. Vegan on the other hand, it isn't.

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    2.6.36-ARCH currently in office as the test VM

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    Not to mention in a vegetarian diet, insects and stuff they produce is safe to eat. Vegan on the other hand, it isn't.
    If you say so. I'm not really up on all the rules and regulations of various regimens. I'm on a seefood diet, myself. I'm not big on most insects or insect products, but bee puke tastes pretty good.

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    2.6.35

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    Arch 2.6.36.3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper Dan View Post
    Crux 2.6.37.
    Just out of interest ... what made you update from the default install for Crux 2.7 ? and do you normally update the kernel between installing the next release of Crux ?

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    Hi Jonathan183,

    I don't update real often but just really enjoy the process. I always keep the original kernel so it I run into difficulties I can go back. So far, this one has worked out well with no noticeable problems.
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