smb kernel support
mario.vukelic at dantian.org
Thu Nov 16 12:43:22 UTC 2006
On Thu, 2006-11-16 at 12:13 +0100, Joris Dobbelsteen wrote:
> What are the different kernels and capabilities available for 6.06 LTS?
> There is a 386, which is for uniprocessors only
> These is a 686
> There is a 686-smp
There is no kernel that is version 2.6.x AND 686 AND smp. The 686-smp
you see is version 2.4.x, which most people don't use anymore. See this
Since 6.06 LTS (Dapper Drake), the 2.6.x kernels that are compiled for
686 processors are for both uni- and multiprocessors
> There is a K7
> There is a K7-smp
Again, only for version 2.4.x. Version 2.6.x has uni- and multiprocessor
support rolled into one (just as for the 686 processors), see
> How about the AMD64 line of kernels? I guess generic would do.
There is a amd64-k8 and a amd64-generic. Otherwise I have no idea, maybe
> How about:
> * SMP capabilities?
> * PAE capable (> 4 Gig ram for i386 range)?
I believe (but not sure) that you need the *-server variant for this:
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