Creamy [] wrote:
> So, you see, killing 486 support might be no advantage in itself, but it opens
> up possibilities further down the line, that won't exist all the time we're
> dragging all this old stuff along with us.

OpenBSD/i386 isn't likely to change major platform support any time soon, if 
The port for dropping legacy crap would be OpenBSD/amd64. Now, look at its 
config. You'll see, that was already done. ta-da!

I bought an old, high-end 80386 system from a Goodwill store for $5 some 6 or 7
years ago. I was kinda depressed that it wouldn't boot OpenBSD anymore, but 
then I
wet my pants when I got KA9Q NOS working on it.

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