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Re: [users] Re: kernel compiles

On Fri, Jun 22, 2001 at 08:17:14PM +0200, MaD dUCK wrote:
> also sprach Bob Nielsen (on Fri, 22 Jun 2001 10:42:23AM -0700):
> > True, but you can/should configure and compile separately for each
> > destination architecture, optimizing appropriately.
> so yes, the argument that my athlon (thunderbird actually) will
> outperform the others still holds. but i'd need to keep separate
> source trees if i didn't want to make clean every single time - which
> i usually don't since i experiment a whole lot and therefore change
> the kernel - which doesn't take long thanks to make unless i make
> cleaned it...

I tend to make clean every time, since I caused myself some problems in
the past by omitting that step.

Of course, time is relative.  Compile time on an athlon compared to
that on a 486 (well, you know....)


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