> > The dists should be shipping two sets of kernels. Both with PPRO opt
> > turned on and MTRR support. This leaves out the i386. SO? What the hell
> > are you doing Running RedHat 5.5 w/ a 2.2 kernel on a i386?!? PPro opt
> > will work on i486+. MTRR support must be on w/ PPRO+ SMP because some MBs
> > dont set MTRRs correctly on both CPUs..
> i386 have almost become a history. May be I'm wrong, but I don't see any
> sense to run 2.1.xxx-2.2.x kernels on i386. The entry level is i486.
You are wrong. Running masq IS good reason to run 2.1.latest on 386. I
do not see why I should upgrade my masq box, really.
This discussion has been here before.
(Well, it might be acceptable for stock redhat not to instal on such
box - but that is probably because I do not care about redhat at all.)
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