> Any interest in 486, 586, 686 kernels?

Not really. I don't think that possible 0.01% improvement about
performance or bloat justifies incompatible versions. Note that
8086-compatible EDR-DOS is faster than FreeDOS. Only the mainstream
needs permanently new processors, just to make things slower and more
buggy at the end.

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