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SubjectRe: i386 support

> Is it planned to drop i386 in future and only support ix86
> with (x>=4)?


> Just because I noticed that some kernels found today only
> run with x>=4 (people just compile for 486 and think "should
> run with everything").

I run 386 kernels on amd386. If it does not work, it is *bug*.

> Do Linux programs compiled with gcc with -m486 (which expands
> to -mcpu=i486) run on i386 machines? And -march=i486?

I think so. But don't do it.

I'm really Pavel
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