laurent.bellegarde laurent.bellegarde at
Thu Apr 10 16:59:52 BST 2008

Vadim Hesse a écrit :
> hi.
> I have Intel Celeron M and this processor type is maybe i686.
> I'm not sure, Wikipedia definition says that Intel Celeron and Intel
> Pentium M marked as i686 processors.
> Am I right that my processor is i686?
> It is possible to use i686 version of ardour?
> uname -a:
> Linux NBOX 2.6.24-15-rt #1 SMP PREEMPT RT Tue Apr 8 02:25:55 UTC 2008
> i686 GNU/Linux
> Should this mean, that my kernel is i686 optimized? How was this
> possible by installing i386 version of Ubuntu Studio?
> Thank you.

yes, you're running with a SMP i686 kernel, when you installed ubuntu, 
the system detect the kind of cpu you have and install the good kernel 

So, you could use ardour i686.

Good use,


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