> On Fri, 2003-03-07 at 22:03, Paolo Ciarrocchi wrote:
> > If I say that my cpu is not a PentiumIV why
> > he bothers me about "check for P4 thermal throttling interrupt." ?
> > This patch show that option only if you select that kind of CPU.
> > Is it correct ? Does it makes sense ?
> We want people to be able to build a kernel which will run on many systems
> but still use CPU specific features.
Ah... ok I see the point, I could compile a kernel with PIII optimizations
and then run it on a PIV.
But it is a complication in the configuration process.
Do we agree on that ?
How about a config entry:
"Leave only the option related to the CPU I selected" ?
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