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SubjectTHANK YOU: K6 !!!

Hi kernelistics! ;-)

First I want to say a ***BIG***
THANK YOU for all the reply to my
K6-question and what to do to
throw all that monopolistic
dependencies out of my box
(Throwing of DOMESDOS and
M$-stuff was not that diffcult
-- just install LINUX -- but
the -- how should I say --
exchange of the hardware
is more harder ... as the name
let one suppose ;-)

Due to the heavy reply of
my question, I think, the
answers could be of common
interest.

Two last questions: Should I collect
the answers and the bits I have found
so far and post it back to this list,
even this is not directly kernel
relevant, but could be of interest
to those reading and writing to
this list?

Secondly: Does anyone know the
relationships between the
MHz counts stamped onto the
K6's (P-rated!!! means "speed related
to a _P_entium of _that_ internal clock ) and
the real physical frequency they are
working "inside" (less MHz, I think) ?

KEEP HACKING!
and
THANK YOU again!

meino




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