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Re: detecting i386 or x86_64 in kickstart



On 26/01/07, Panu Matilainen <pmatilai laiskiainen org> wrote:
- if you run 32bit kernel on x86_64 it wont report itself as x86_64 but
   i686 or athlon, this will cause various places (including anaconda

Newbie-ish question... what exactly is the difference between i686 and
x86_64? I imagine athlon is specifically for AMD 64-bit processors?

Is there a weblink that explains what each of the flags in
/proc/cpuinfo stands for?

Thanks,

Binand


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