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Linux to drop i386 support in the 3.8 kernel

12-17-2012
Linux to drop i386 support in the 3.8 kernel

If you’re the type of person that not only heavily uses the Linux platform, but also has a bunch of very old processors lying around for everyday use, you’ll be disappointed to know that Linux has just dropped support for Intel’s 386 processors. Say goodbye to that hobby Linux operating system you’ve been building on your twenty-year-old rig.

Linux and the i386 have something of an intertwined history. Intel first released the i386 processor back in 1985, and Linux’s source code was first released back in 1991, after Linus Torvalds developed the operating system on a 386. Eventually, back in 2006, Intel announced that it would finally cease production of the i386 the following year. Linux continued to support the processor years after it died, and has now finally abandoned said support.

Reference: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/
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