* Frederik Schueler: > -generic is odd and too long. I am considering to change the naming > scheme completely, and call the flavours 2.6.x-y-amd64 and > 2.6.x-y-em64t respectively. Newer GCCs produce AMD64 code which is supposed to be closed to optimal to what GCC can produce on EM64T. Does it still make sense to distinguish between them? Or has it got something to do with the way the kernel sets up its data structures?