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SubjectRe: Use of CONFIG_M686
On Tue, May 28, 2002 at 01:05:46AM +0100, Alan Cox wrote:

> You misunderstand the intent. A 386 or 486 kernel will run on a Pentium
> and could therefore hit the error. A PPro kernel would die earlier
> anyway. Of course its long been PPRO|Athlon|... and the ifdef wanted
> updating. I'd ifdef it on CONFIG_X86_FOOF_BUG and put the FOOF thing
> into arch/i386/Config.in nicely with the other stuff

Agreed. This is what's done in 2.5 btw.

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