Re: install live wheezy hdd with 686 non-PAE kernel
On 09/06/13 07:29 PM, piotr wrote:
> Is it possible to create live wheezy hdd with 686 non-pae kernel.
Yes, but Debian no longer builds 686 non-pae kernels. There doesn't seem
to be any compelling reason to use a non-pae 686 kernel vs. using a 486
> BTW non-pae must be 486, or can be 686?
It can be 686, but what's the point if, as the above news item states,
"these processors not supported by the 686-bigmem flavour seem to gain
performance with the 486 flavour"?