Re: i386 requalification for etch
Martin Zobel wrote:
> On Saturday, 08 Oct 2005, you wrote:
> > Anyone working on assembling the information for this?
> > It ought to be a slam dunk, but I'd hate to see it not happen because
> > nobody bothered to collect the information.
> do you mean i*3*86 or ia-32?
> i*3*86 died already before sarge release.
IA-32, except it's misleadingly *called* i386. :-)
Disgustingly, I worked out that we could have revived real i386 support for
etch thanks to changes in gcc-3.4 and gcc-4.0 which nobody bothered to
advertise. But it's too late now, since everything is built with