[CentOS] 486 custom kernel
geisj at pagestation.com
Tue Dec 8 19:54:03 UTC 2009
> It may be one way to do it, but that is not how xen or kvm are
> ordinarily set up under CentOS -- qemu has (had) the hooks to
> simulate the missing opcodes of some arch's, but at a
> performance penalty
if there is a way to "simulate" missing opcodes in the kernel - that would
be great also. I dont care if there is a performace hit.
I am looking for a way to run the 686 centos on a 486 machine.
I was hoping I could just recompile the kernel as 486 and any libraries
would not be using MMX/SSE etc...
Looking for any solution.
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