Re: i386 compatibility & libstdc++
At 12:52 27/04/2003 -0400, you wrote:
On Sat, 2003-04-26 at 03:56, Chris Cheney wrote:
> I also find it hard to believe that the majority of our users do not
> have or can not purchase a system that is less than 7 years old.
I have a brand new 486-class system with 32MB of RAM. It's less than 6
Please explain how I can get a similar system, running on a similar
amount of power, and with no moving parts (i.e., no fans) using, even a
Hey! Where did you get that from?
I'd love to have one of those ( specially if they came in a 19" 1U form
factor or similar !!! )
There are many uses for Debian other than your GNOME or KDE desktop.
Surely. This is why i proposed keeping everything compiled for 486 or
higher -- that's where the upstream split is, too ...
( we would then need just an small subset of the packages recompiled for
i386's libstdc++ ABI )