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SubjectRe: PAE/NX without performance drain?
On Sun, Dec 10, 2006 at 03:56:26PM -0500, John Richard Moser wrote:

> > other distros ship a PAE enabled kernel, and use that for NX enabled
> > machines (all NX capable machines support PAE obviously). I'm surprised
> > Ubuntu doesn't, maybe ask them? (Or use a distro that does have this)
> >
>
> OpenSuSE and Fedora Core 6 both fail this; I checked the .config for the
> default kernels (by proxy on OpenSuSE 10.2; I asked someone) and ran my
> test case on FC6 (LiveCD from
> http://www.fedoraunity.org/news-archives/fedora-core-6-zod-live-spins-released).

The livecd has a single kernel I believe. The 'real' FC6 release
has both a PAE and non-PAE kernel as Arjan described.

Dave

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