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    SubjectRe: 2.4 broken on 486SX
    Ross Vandegrift wrote:
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    > Ack, that was a horrific problem report. Here are a few relevant data points I left out:
    >
    > Kernels have always been compiled only with 386 optimizations.
    > (tried 486 a few times, no difference)
    > Always built including soft float support (not that it matters so early)
    > Always built with gcc 2.95.2
    > Same kernel binaries work perfectly on a number of other boxen:
    > A 386DX, a number of Pentium 100's, another 486SX, and a K6-2

    What was the last known working kernel for this machine? Have you tried
    any -ac kernels?

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    Brian Gerst
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