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: On Sun, 28 Oct 2001 22:43:40 -0300, Horst von Brand wrote:

>AFAIKS you will need to
>be able to run an i686 glibc on an i386 (install!) kernel

Why would you ever want to run a binary optimized for the i686 on a
i386-optimized kernel?

Typically you will want to have a "base" glibc around which really
serves the lowest common denominator (i386) and then optimized versions
in the i686 / mmx / sse subdirectories which will run whenever it is
possible to run
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