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Re: debian i586?
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ON Mon, Nov 27, 2000 at 11:54:41PM +0900 BOTi wrote... >> I finally decided to install debian. So far I have only found >> debian compiled for i386, but not any higher. Is there a port >> for i586 or i686 libc now comes in -586 and -686 optimized versions in woody. >> somwere, like khmm.. Mandrake. Now _there's_ a good reason _not_ to do something. If Mandrake does it, it's got to be harmful. Do a grep in the archives for "help me", and see how often the post mentions "Mandrake". :-P Far too often for my taste, given its low penetration. >> I don't feel like recompiling the half distro, somebody must >> have done this already. Why not recompile only your compute-bound apps, and use the time saved to study up on what optimization is, and what it can and can't do? Oops, I bet you don't know which of your apps _are_ compute-bound. Well, study that first. -- University of Tsukuba Tennodai 1-1-1 Tsukuba 305-8573 JAPAN Institute of Policy and Planning Sciences Tel/fax: +81 (298) 53-5091 _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ What are those straight lines for? "XEmacs rules."
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