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Re: Debian on a 386? Unlikely. (was: ramblings about old hardware, gzip, bz2, and pentium opts)

On Tue, 7 Dec 1999, Philipp Lopaur wrote:
> The solution may be a new arch (i686) ..... but that would require
> recompiling
> everything, and package developers would have double load... compile for
> i386 and i686

Surely this could be automated?  I don't see why it would come down
to making any more work for the package developers.

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