It does - or at least it did for a Dell box here.
If it doesn't recognise it, a simple enough recompilation
of the kernel is all that is needed.
>>Does Redhat 6.1 standard install kernel support multiprocessor boxes?
>>I am installing on a dual processor Pentium Pro which I have managed to
>'borrow' for a while, and am wondering if I have to do any tweaking to get
>it to recognise multiple processors.
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