I'm sorry guys, I haven't been really "up-to-date" on this thread, but I was
wondering: can config be made to define I386_CPU 0 if any other cpus are
defined (or the inverse behavior)? (Maybe this was already done?) In the
sysinstall case, I think it's safe to just exclude all other processors and
use the slower I386_CPU kernel. Since the GENERIC kernel config file may
contain all of the different CPU types, the config hack may ensure that we're
excluding I386_CPU code.
> In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Peter Wemm writes:
> : I've requested a change for UPDATING:
> It is in my queue... I have a few other entries I need to dust off.
> I'll try to do that today.
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