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SubjectRE: Linux SLOW on Compaq Armada 110 PIII Speedstep
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Chris/Adam/Mark,

Have just sucked down the SRPM of the kernel that sees to run OK. As per you
suggestions, checking out the config and patches ...

Thanks,
Daniel.

> -----Original Message-----
>
>
> Download the source-RPM for the 'fast' kernel, and also the virgin
> version of the same kernel, and then diff them to see what changes
> have been made.
>
> If you are lucky, the RPM itself my have the virgin data and diffs, I
> don't know much about RPMS, but I'm pretty sure this is possible.
>
>
> You are looking for changes outside of linux/drivers/, probably in
> linux/archo/i386 or linux/kernel. Hopefully there aren't too many of
> these.
>
> Also, you want the .config file that was used, try using that against
> a virgin kernel first, and see if that changes anything, if not, then
> do diff the above (diff -Nur virgin-kernel/ redhat-kernel/) and see
> what falls out.
>
>

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