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SubjectRe: F00F-bug workaround working?
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Followup to:  <20020112160308.B4926@ksu.edu>
By author: Joseph Pingenot <jap3003@ksu.edu>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> From Tony Glader on Saturday, 12 January, 2002:
> >I have had problems with 2.4.17 running in a Classic Pentium (lot of
> >oopses). I'm sure that there's no problem with hardware. Is F00F'bug
> >workaround work still?
>
> I'm running a P100 on 2.4.17 without any errors. I see
> "Intel Pentium with F0 0F bug - workaround enabled."
> in the dmesg logs.
>
> How about posting your oopses (after running them through ksymoops)
>

F00F wouldn't oops the machine anyway, it would lock it up solid.

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