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    SubjectPAE/NX without performance drain?
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    Apparently (as I've been told today) using a hardware NX bit in a 32-bit
    x86 kernel requires PAE mode. PAE mode is enabled with HIGHMEM64, which
    is (apparently) extremely slow.

    Is it possible to give some other way to get the hardware NX bit working
    in 32-bit mode, without the apparently massive performance penalty of
    HIGHMEM64?


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