Contributed by merdely on from the 386-reasons-to-upgrade-to-a-486 dept.
So, what's the oldest x86 machine you have running a 4.1+ version of OpenBSD? Today, tom@ committed the removal of 80386 support.
It does make me wonder, is the $ARCH going to change to i486? :)
CVSROOT: /cvs Module name: src Changes by: tom a t cvs openbsd org 2007/05/29 12:18:20 Modified files: sys/arch/i386/conf: GENERIC Makefile.i386 RAMDISK RAMDISKB RAMDISKC RAMDISK_CD sys/arch/i386/i386: cpu.c lock_machdep.c locore.s machdep.c pmap.c sys/arch/i386/include: endian.h lock.h pmap.h Log message: Remove support for 80386 processors. Apologies if you have one of the rare 80386-bases system with enough memory, a 387 FPU, a useable disk subsystem, and the patience to wait for it to unpack the distribution .tgz files. approval from art@ and many others (esp. nick@); ok deraadt@
followed quickly by the credit:
Thanks to nick@ for the quote!
Now to remove some broken compatibility layer code to increase productive activity. Oh. Wait.
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