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I am looking for a Linux distro with 2.4 kernel, that can run Gnome.

Can't seem to find anything. Please provide links to iso files also.

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2.4?! What kind of distro are you looking for? (Don't say GNOME, it's in most distros) –  Tom Wijsman Mar 1 '13 at 22:30
    
@TomWijsman: Any debian based distro would be cool. I know Ubuntu does not have a 2.4 release. I have no bias otherwise as long as it has a GNOME environment –  Bruce Mar 1 '13 at 22:32
    
By '2.4' I think you mean kernel 2.4... why do you need it? –  Renan Mar 1 '13 at 22:33
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As in, Linux kernel version 2.4? CentOS 3.9 was the last version to contain a 2.4.x kernel. But why are you trying to do this? –  allquixotic Mar 1 '13 at 22:33
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Please explain exactly what you want to do, and why. Running some experimental version of Linux in anger isn't for newbies... –  vonbrand Mar 2 '13 at 1:48

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Stop trying to use ancient software right now.

MPLS-Linux is a current (3.x) Linux kernel with MPLS support.

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this version does not have firewall support which I need. –  Bruce Mar 2 '13 at 0:03

Every major distribution shipped (still does) with Gnome. It's harder to find a mainstream distribution that does not include Gnome. If you need a suggestion, Slackware is like a time machine when it comes to finding old software.

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