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SubjectRe: Architecture Selection in 2.1.88
Trevor Johnson <> writes:

> Processor family (3=386, 4=486/DX4/Am5x86, 5=Pentium/K5/Cx5x86/6x86,
> 6=PPro/K6/6x86MX) [5=Pentium/K5/Cx5x86/6x86] 5
> defined CONFIG_M586

How about:

Processor family (3-6): ?

Select the processor famliy to optimize for:

3: 386 processors and up
4: optimize compilation for Intel 486DX, 486SX, and DX4, as well as AMD
5x86 processors, the kernel will still work for other x86 chips, but may
run slower on those.
5: Intel Pentium, Pentium MMX, ...blah blah blah, you get the idea.

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