The recently released 2.6.14 Linux kernel has dozens of fixes, including eight from Linus Torvalds himself. Fixes for USB2 and NTFS were included, but the most interesting fix may be in wireless. The Intel Centrino wireless chipset is now a standard feature.
Many Linux distributions such as Suse and Xandros currently support the Centrino chipset, but this is through plug-ins or hacked drivers. While some are arguing adding more features makes Linux look like Windows, the majority of Linux advocates think this is a good idea.
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