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SubjectRe: Latest microcode data from Intel.
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On Gwe, 2004-09-10 at 16:46, Tigran Aivazian wrote:
> 2. How do you know which device nodes exist on my workstation?

I'm interested how he knows which CPU's are the same too. Only the
microcode driver can really handle the uglies there with HT.

> The microcode_ctl utility had a hardcoded default "/dev/cpu/microcode" and
> there is no real reason to change it because different distributions
> prefer a different value, so how to decide who is "right"?

Documentation/devices.txt aka LANANA

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