> You should tell it what you're planning on RUNNING it on (so 486).
> Any kernel compiled for a 386 will run on all x86 platforms, and
> anything compiled for a 486 or better will run on any 486 or better;
> the differences among those settings are in performance-related things
> like alignment.
This has probably been asked before, but what's the best choice for a
kernel running on a Pentium II? Would it be Pentium or PPro?
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