| I already installed a Slackware 3.1 Linux on a P-pro 200 box. But I
| don't know if it's possible on a bi-processor box (with PPRO 200 too).
| Is there anybody know if it's possible whith the Slackware distribution?
Runs fine. You will want to compile the kernel with SMP support to
use more than one processor, just edit the SMP line(s) at the top of
the Makefile in /usr/src/linux which are commented out.
Note: if you will run both single and SMP kernels, for the SMP
kernel edit the SUBLEVEL at the top of the Makefile to add a leading
zero. This will ensure that any modules for SMP are in their own
tree. If you make this field non-numeric (as 30 => 30smp) there's a
macro in the SCSI drivers and probably elsewhere which breaks.
"As a software development model, Anarchy does not scale well."