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    SubjectRe: CPU detection broken in 2.5.27?
    On Sun, Jul 21, 2002 at 06:07:26PM +0200, Markus Pfeiffer wrote:

    > I just noticed that my /proc/cpuinfo states wrong or incomplete
    > information about my processor. My PIII-1000M Processor is reported as
    > 00/0B (Stepping?)

    Yep, I told Patrick about this last week sometime. The problem is
    that only later Intels (from P4 onwards iirc) have the
    name string cpuid function. Without which we need a table to
    do the family/model/stepping translation to name strings.

    It's not that much work (and most of it already exists in the
    kernels before the per-cpu split up).

    Dave

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