64bit P4 vs mfsBSD
quartz at sneakertech.com
Thu Aug 6 23:56:48 UTC 2015
> If you look up the id from cpuid on ark.intel.com, you should get a
> definitive answer.
Which "cpuid"? Presumably you don't mean Intel's program (as it already
claims to print out that info).
> Aside from that, a 64bit machine will happily run 32bits FreeBSD, so
> I'd try that first.
That didn't help me with mfsBSD 10.0 i386 though.
> Some older machines can be quite picky about their thumbdrives. I'd
> try 32bits 10.2 RC, on another thumbdrive, and fiddle with BIOS
> settings if it doesn't work.
Hmm, have had problems with this machine not wanting to boot off a
different thumb drive, but I assumed that if it could get a loader on
one it was good to go. Maybe I'll try hooking up a usb cd instead (hate
to waste a cd on a ~30mb image though).
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