> > RPM does not help. Think new machine failed, but you still have some
> > trash with 386 on it, so you connect your disk to it, boot from
> > floppy, and expect it to work.
> What if my spare machine is an ARM? Should I still expect it to work?
Let's say "It is easy in 386 case and hard in ARM case". Besides, we
do FPU emulation already. Way harder than CMOV emulation, and serves
exactly same purpose.
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