Choosing cpu type when building kernel (stupid one i know)

Olivier Nicole on at
Tue Feb 28 23:19:45 PST 2006

> the rest is what i don't understand.  486 isn't mentioned in the NOTES 
> file, 586 is just pentium, and 686 is pentium pro.  I have a P4 1.4 gig 
> intel chip in my system, what should these settings be?  if i remove 486 

You could use only 686.

GENERIC kernel is generic, it is meant to support most of the
architecture, back to to 80386.


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