After a few years with the Abit BP6 and it's inherent problems (ymmv)
I've decided to jump to the Tyan S2390 with the AMD T-Bird 1.4Ghz (uni)
CPU. This appears on the surface to be a major configuration change.
I've been fiddling with hardware and compiling kernels for a couple of
years but have yet to do anything this drastic to the system.
All drives/isa/pci cards will remain the same.
My questions are:
What problems might I encounter going from an all Intel to an AMD/VIA
Should I do a fresh install of RH(7.2) on a test partition and move the
kernel w/modules to my working partition or will a kernel built on the
intel hardware with the appropriate .config work just as well?
Or will booting from the install CD and doing an upgrade be adequate?
I have a pristine install of RH 7.2 on my test partition to try this
Any guidance appreciated.
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