"John P. Looney" wrote:
>> > There's also code for mounting the the microcode of a P-III as a file
> > and catting to it. People were speculating on whether this would be
> > wise to do in the context of a running system ;-)
>> I thought that was just a /proc entry ? Anyway, how else would you
> upgrade your PIII ? And more importantly, where do I get updated microcode
> for said PIII ?
Unless you're in Intel, you can't : it's just something that's possible
if the code were available, so someone wrote the hack.
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