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That chip is commonly called a Geode.... :)

I have found the best results by compiling for a straight 586.... That way
you get all the benefits of the core 586 functionality, without straying into
any possible problems with Intel/AMD extensions (MMX, etc...).

On Wednesday 31 October 2001 09:38, Roy Sigurd Karlsbakk mentioned:
> hi
>
> which cpu should I compile for, when having a so-called "National SC1200
> 32bit, 266MHz, x86-compatible processor with integrated TV video
> processor"?
>
> thanks
>
> please cc: to me as I'm not on the list
>
> roy
>
> ---
> Praktiserende dyslektiker.
> La ikke ortografiske krumspring skygge for
> intensjonen bak denne fremstilling.
>
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