Originally Posted by falko
Don't they offer distribution images (Debian, Ubuntu, SUSE, etc.) with the distributions' default kernels?
Nope, just their own kernels (with added support for their special hardware combinations, and missing support for modules).
They have a broad palette of Linux distributions, even 2 Windows Versions and some ready-to-use virtualization packages (xen, vmware, proxmox), but nothing with the standard kernels.