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SubjectRe: Intel And Kenrel Programming (was: Nvidia is a great company)
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On Sun, 2003-01-12 at 14:42, Rob Wilkens wrote:
> 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?

There are actually very few chips we don't have to deal with some kind
of errata on, and the newer more complex chips generally have the larger
collections of errata.

One thing that has been helpful is the microcode update stuff Intel did, we
hit few bugs that up to date microcode kill off

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