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SubjectIntel And Kenrel Programming (was: Nvidia is a great company)
On Sun, 2003-01-12 at 02:47, Chuck Wolber wrote:
> > > As per buggy hardware, the software should _not_ have to support it.
> > > The software should report that the hardware has a bug and stop.
> > > Otherwise, you wind up writing really bad code for other hardware at
> > > the same time that you're trying to work with one particular piece of
> > > bad hardware.
>
> Good point! It's time we stopped supporting those Intel processors...

Ignorring the well popularized floating point bug in the pentium, to
which there was a bug, are there many other bugs you run accross in the
pentium while kernel programming?

-Rob

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