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Vit Herman wrote:
On Sat, 12 Jan 2008, Jared D. McNeill wrote:
Vit Herman wrote:
I have few 486SX machines I would like to have supported. No, I don't want to put them into serious production use. But I don't want to throw them away either, and NetBSD seemed (until now) as a logical choice for them. I know I'm a nerd - but I like them, and I would like to see them supported, OK?

Curious, as I haven't had an FPU-less x86 machine in quite a few years -- what is the latest release that you can run on your 486SX?

Depends on your definition of "run" I guess, I could do some testing if you want. I definitely remember running 1.6 or 2.0 on a FPU-less machine (either 386 or 486sx) few years back, and I was going to install netbsd on PS/VP 433SX/Si I got few weeks ago - could you be more specific about what counts as running? Booting multiuser?

I guess I meant, what was the last release where the MATH_EMULATE option worked properly?


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