linux and amd processor
janina at rednote.net
Wed Dec 14 16:41:42 UTC 2005
You'll find Athlon kernel rpms in the standard RPMS directory. Of
course, you should use x86_64 if you're using one of the 64-bit AMD
chips like the Opteron.
Kristoffer Gustafsson writes:
> I need to change from a p4 to an amd athlon processor.
> Is this possible with linux?
> Do I need to download another version of fedora core?
> I've got the i386 version.
> Also, how do I compile my programs?
> as host I have written I386, but what shall I have instead?
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