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SubjectRe: Installing kernel 2.4
It might be convenient to have a completely unoptimized 386 kernel.  While 
this would obviously be non-optimal in all cases, it would be compatible
with everything and probably faster on non-386 than a 386-optimized
kernel. Of course, the gains are probably not worth the time it would take
to write one, as I would hope that most linux users are willing to compile
their own kernels...

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