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Re: Features/ArchitectureSupport - changing what we build for



Robert Scheck (robert fedoraproject org) said: 
> > If the hw is capable of doing so (ie any "modern" cpu)
> 
> Means that anaconda and yum will examine /proc/cpuinfo for example and look
> for CPU flags and decide on that? And how will other updaters/installers as
> e.g. smart/apt handle that? Or will we get this checks directly into RPM?

The 'choosing the best kernel' logic has always been outside the
package manager, dating back to the days of a separate SMP kernel.

Bill


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