Solaris 2.5x86 will NOT install in ALR Revolution with (2) 133MHZ CPUs

Solaris 2.5x86 will NOT install in ALR Revolution with (2) 133MHZ CPUs

Post by JOHN MATCHE » Mon, 12 Feb 1996 04:00:00

I have tried many times to install solaris 2.5 x86 on
my new ALR that has 2 CPUs runing at 133Mhz ...the BIOS is Phoenix...
I have isolated it to the fact that the second cpu is running....
At install time right after " configurating /DEVICES" , the second CPU
begins to get used by the booting os....Its at that time I get a
It installs ok if I just have one cpu......I also tried the new boot drivers
on the SUN luck....they do the same..

Can anybody help?


1. Kingston 133MHZ 5x86 CPU

Greetings Linuxers,
I read some good reviews on the performance of the Kingston 133MHZ 5x86
CPU as an upgrade chip for 486 systems. I am using a Gateway 2000
486DX-33V with a Micronics motherboard. Has anyone successfully
installed this CPU and used it to run Linux?

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