Re: Does the latest version of Debian support Dual Core Processors?
I can't say, I'm not familiar with XEN or Intels Extensions. Perhaps someone
else has more experience in these area?
On Tuesday 13 June 2006 09:24, Frederik Denkens wrote:
> Another question: And will it also enable the virtualisation extensions
> (Intel VT) for use with XEN?
> Greg Ryman wrote:
> > 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.
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