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Re: Chaning Kernel from Intel to Athlon



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On Wed, 9 Apr 2003 09:29:58 +0200, Sebastian Bauer (ml) wrote:

> I'm thinking about buying a new board with AMD Duron. Right now it's a 
> Intel Pentium II CPU.
> 
> How can I install the new AMD kernel and leave the Intel kernel as a 
> second one on the system?

You can't solve this by installing the same package version of an
i686 and an athlon kernel at once. But you could run your Duron with
the installed i686 kernel. Or you could install two different
package versions of the kernel package. The latest one for
Athlon/Duron, an older one for Intel, or vice versa. Or you could
rebuild the installed i686 kernel and keep the "custom" postfix in
its kernel version tag. Then you could uninstall the i686 kernel
package and install an athlon kernel package.

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