wojtek at tensor.3miasto.net
Mon Nov 28 17:23:48 GMT 2005
> When the machine boots the BIOS "sees" two processors running at 1.0GHz and 1G of ram. When I start freeBSD and run KDE through the "root" acct and go to view the processors it says I only have 1. This is another strange thing. I was running SuSE beforeand it was aware of the two processors, but referred to them as "processor 0" and "processor 1". In the processor field in KDE it's calling the one processor it seeing "processor 1". So does it know about the other processor and just not display the information about it or is it only aware of 1 of the 2 processors???
> Please let me know what you think.
that you should use dmesg to be sure.
and then - default kernel in FreeBSD doesn't have SMP compiled in.
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