Re: Bug#198158: architecture i386 isn't i386 anymore
On Fri, Jun 20, 2003 at 09:51:07AM +0200, Matthias Klose wrote:
| Package: general
| Severity: serious
| Tags: sarge, sid
| [please don't reassign to any gcc/libstdc++ package]
| Nathanel's summary:
| A list of proposals what to do:
| Some questions on this topic:
| The solution I would favour would be:
| - drop the i386 support
| - keep the i386 architecture name
| - let dpkg-architecture output the new configuration string
| (i.e. i486-linux)
| - if anybody wants to start the mini-i386 architecture, we have to
| find an architecture name for it.
| changing the dpkg-architecture's ARCH string to i.e. i486 would break
| a lot of build scripts ...
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Please keep , a i386 or i586 architecture , for the via C3 processor .
i686 architecture is not compatible with C3 .
This processor is very used in the Via EPIA motherboard :
/ Erwan MAS /\
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