On Thu, 14 Dec 2000, Scanlan, Brian (5188) wrote:
> The early patch submitted to LKML decided that the PIV was actually an i686.
> Not sure if that's what's being implemented, but it's wrong if that's what
> they're doing. Reporting something as something it's not would be a little
> childish. "Waah! We preffered the old naming scheme!".
is it not more so that "if (family >= x) fooggelise();" type stuff
would work? eg, Intel's decision to break /their own/ numbering scheme
just adds to the hacks in arch/i386/kernel/setup.c.
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