I have replaced a defect cyrix pr200 cpu with a pr166. Now Linux does
not boot anymore.
Do I have to recompile the kernel for this cpu?
Or will a replacement with a cyrix 300 help?
You may if you've compiled with specific CPU optimizations, but I'd tend toQuote:> I have replaced a defect cyrix pr200 cpu with a pr166. Now Linux does
> not boot anymore.
> Do I have to recompile the kernel for this cpu?
How about posting error messages or boot output?
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