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SubjectRe: About Celeron processor memory barrier problem
* Linus Torvalds (torvalds@transmeta.com) [001224 16:27]:
> One thing we _could_ potentially do is to simplify the CPU selection a
> bit, and make it a two-stage process. Basically have a
>
> bool "Optimize for current CPU" CONFIG_CPU_CURRENT
>
> which most people who just want to get the best kernel would use. Less
> confusion that way.

Good Lord, YES! And while we're at it, how about a:
"Build into kernel every module for hardware I have..."

That'd make a 'make config' one line....
(I'll go back to dreaming)

Ciao!

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