On 03/05/2013 15:55, Tom Ehlert wrote:

>> In the past, we compiled kernels for 8086, 186 and
>> 386 separately afair. I guess we got lazy and have
>> dropped 186 because very few users have 186/286 as
>> their CPU? They either have modern or REALLY old.
> this is not about 'lazy'
> it's easier for the user to select between 2 choices then between
> 4. multiply by 2 (FAT16/FAT32), this is 4 or 8 kernels.
> there's not much use for a 186 kernel as NOBODY has 186/286 machines
> these days,
Really, NOBODY.....


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