In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Joerg Wunsch writes:
: Cc goes to [EMAIL PROTECTED]: what is the politically correct way to
: distinguish a PC-type architecture (in that case one that uses a
: PC-style RTC memory to store configuration information) from another
: architecture that uses IA32 CPUs (like PC98, although they aren't
: using /sys/isa/fd.c right now)?

#if defined(__i386__) && !defined(PC98)

is what is usually used...  There's really only one other IA32
architecture these days.  All the others I know of died in the 286 or
8088 time frame.

We don't have a ibmpc or pc-at symbol.


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