Nicholas Leippe nick at byu.edu
Tue Jan 23 23:21:59 PST 2001

On Tuesday 23 January 2001 11:54 pm, sami wrote:
> ...
> I build it on my Athlon system and when it's ready, I move it on to my
> server which is running on K6. So, is there any meaning why should I use
> --host blaablaa, or is it ok that my machine is guessed i686, but when LFS
> is ready, it will be running on i586?
> 	Did I make myself enough clear? (My englist isn't brilliant at
> mornings when I am sitting at work;) I have browsed my way through sites
> and now I am almost in the last page of the Internet, and still haven't
> found nothing about this. =)

If I'm not mistaken, a k6 will run i686 code.  K5 is i586.


Nobody will ever need more than 640 kB RAM.
                 -- Bill Gates, 1983
Windows 98 requires 16 MB RAM.
                 -- Bill Gates, 1999
Nobody will ever need Windows 98.
                 -- logical conclusion

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