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Re: Does the latest version of Debian support Dual Core Processors?

Yes, Debian will run on Dual core based systems without modification. If you 
want to take advantage of having dual cores, then you will want a SMP enabled 
kernel. Debian has a few that are pre-made for you to choose from, or you can 
compile your own.

On Tuesday 13 June 2006 08:48, Stephen Burris wrote:
> Hello,
> I am ready to purchase HW for a Debian based web and email server. The
> hardware that I want to use is:
> Intel D945GTPL 945G Mainboard
> Intel Pentium D805 Dual core 2.66GHz
> Will Debian be able to run on this hardware without modification?
> Thank-you.
> --
> -----------
> Stephen Burris
> Web Customer Support Specialist / Systems Administrator
> Email: stephen@nnic.com
> National Native Internet Communications, (NNIC.COM)
> MIGIZI Communications, Inc.
> 3123 East Lake Street
> Minneapolis, MN, 55406, USA
> Phone: (612) 721-6631 x.219
> -----------

Greg Ryman
Network Engineering Supervisor
Candylogic, LLC.
Phone: 949-916-4444 ext. 203

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