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Red Hat Linux gets dual-core support

Company updates commercial Linux product with support for chips with dual processing engines from Intel, AMD.

Red Hat has updated its commercial Linux product with support for chips with dual processing engines, called cores, from Intel and Advanced Micro Devices. The dual-core support came in the first quarterly update, released Thursday, to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4, according to an announcement on a Red Hat mailing list. Red Hat, the top Linux seller, began testing dual-core support in April.

In addition, the update now supports disk systems with more than 2 terabytes of capacity, Red Hat said in release notes.