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Re: [BOG] Pentium IV != Itanium



On Tue, 22 May 2001, Erik Søe Sørensen wrote:

> Faldt lige over noget i
> http://www.sslug.dk/linuxbog/admin/bog/kerne-2-4.html
> :
> Pentium IV (som iøvrigt skrives Pentium 4) er *ikke* det samme som
> Itanium.
> (IANACD, men) Itanium er en helt ny 64-bit processor. Den skulle vistnok
> kunne køre x86-programmer stadigvæk, men er ellers anderledes og på
> mange måder et brud med x86-arkitekturen og dens begrænsninger.

Rettet!

>
> --------
> "Når man konfigurerer 2.4.0-kernen, er der spørgsmål om hvor meget
> hukommelse man har. To grænser kan man vælge - enten under 4 GB eller 64
> GB RAM"
>
> Der er faktisk 3 indstillinger: Op til 64GB, op til 4GB og 'high memory
> support: off' (kan klare op til 1GB).

Fint - rettet

>
> "Dette er forklaret i bogen "Linux - friheden til sikkerhed på
> Internet", som kan findes på  http://www.sslug.dk/linuxbog.";
> Skal linket ikke være lidt mere specifikt?

Helst ikke - på den side er det da nemt at finde
sikkerhedsbogen - er det ikke ok?

>
> Angående devfs: Det er ikke nævnt, at der yderligere er den fordel, at
> device-filerne ikke længere behøver at optage plads på harddisken - det
> er (SVJ har forstået) blevet til et rent virtuelt filsystem ligesom
> /proc.

Med lidt held kan vi få Rasmus til at nævne dette -
hans afsnit kommer ind asap.

-- 
Peter Toft, Ph.D. sslug@sslug http://www.sslug.dk/~pto

So, if anybody wants to have hardware sent to them: don't call me, but
instead write your own unix operating system.  It has worked every
time for me. (Linus Torvalds)






 
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