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Re: Changing the default 32-bit x86 arch for Fedora 12 (#2)



On Thu, Jun 18, 2009 at 4:22 PM, Bill Nottingham<notting redhat com> wrote:
> Martin Langhoff (martin langhoff gmail com) said:
>> To note: it _is_ reported as a 586, so at least ancillary work in
>> yum/anaconda/rpm will be needed so that installing F12 on these
>> "supported but not quite 686 CPUs" is possible, avoiding the hackery
>> of installing it on a true 686 and then transferring the image to the
>> XO.
>
> diff --git a/rpmrc.in b/rpmrc.in
> index 4a6cca9..d62ddaf 100644
> --- a/rpmrc.in
> +++ b/rpmrc.in
> @@ -281,7 +281,7 @@ arch_compat: alphaev5: alpha
>  arch_compat: alpha: axp noarch
>
>  arch_compat: athlon: i686
> -arch_compat: geode: i586
> +arch_compat: geode: i686
>  arch_compat: pentium4: pentium3
>  arch_compat: pentium3: i686
>  arch_compat: i686: i586
>
> That should do the trick. :)

I've just been testing this with my Fit-PC geode box and it hasn't
made it into rawhide and hence doesn't work. I've filed a bug [1] and
added it to the alpha blocker as its a pretty large miss for the x86
recompile feature.

Peter

[1] https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=517475


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