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SubjectRe: Cyrix "coma bug" fix was deleted from pre-2.3.10-4
On Wed, Jul 07, 1999 at 02:37:32AM +0200, Ragnar Hojland Espinosa wrote:

> Well. Coma bug only matters in non-modern CPUs, right?

Well, it depends if you consider my 686MX PR233+ "non-modern" or not. I
bought about 14-16 months ago. It's already listed as "legacy" on the Cyrix
site, much to my irritation :)

> Why is almost all IA hardware somehow broken?

I think because there are so many out there, the problems get found more
often. I've heard horror stories about the SPARC processors, for example,
where you could pretty much pull an invalid opcode out of your hat and
discover it would crash the processor in some interesting way.

Are we off-topic yet?

If smoking is so bad for you, how come it cures kippers?

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