[CentOS] Support for i7 architecture?
Michael St. Laurent
mikes at hartwellcorp.com
Thu Jan 22 22:35:07 UTC 2009
> On Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 02:18:05PM -0800, Michael St. Laurent wrote:
> > What is the status of i7 architecture support for CentOS-5? Do the
> > latest updates support it?
> according to the upstream notes wait for 5.3
> oh, I should not reply, nor read your mail according to your footer ;)
> (not a US Legal Resident nor do I have export license of whatever it
I hate that stupid thing but the suits have insisted on it. My
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