Re: powernow-k8 problem
On Tue, Feb 21, 2006 at 12:25:39PM +0100, thomasl wrote:
> I have now tried with:
> Still the same problem for powernow-k8 (I also tried powernow-k7
> with same result). I don't really want to mess with 64 bit
> kernels since I want a nice precompiled nvidia driver as well and
> I don't want to go fully 64 bit. I think I give up. I assume all
> k8-kernels are 64-bit...
> I think I go back to 486 kernel again. It is very nice to be able
> to move the boot disk to whatever other computer and still boot.
> I am dreaming of the universal kernel that dynamically adapts...
Nothing prevents installing two kernels. Of course the initrd might not
contain the right drivers for the 486, although often it would given
they are mostly just ide.