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Yavuz Maslak wrote:
| I have a quad-core intel 64 bit cpu.
| I got 7.0-STABLE-200806-amd64-disc1.iso from
| I installed freebsd7.0-stable from it.
| the machine works well. But do I need to edit /etc/make.conf for cputype ?
| if it need to be edited What should I put down it in /etc/make.conf ?
You don't strictly /need/ to set the CPUTYPE in /etc/make.conf -- but
you can if you like. It's a trade-off between getting some CPU specific
compiler optimizations (which may or may not result in better performance)
and being able to move compiled objects to machines with different CPUs.
An appropriate setting in your case would be:
~ CPUTYPE?= core2
but there are usually several alternatives which would work.
Dr Matthew J Seaman MA, D.Phil. Flat 3
~ 7 Priory Courtyard
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