On Wed, 3 Jan 2001, Jerry Waugh wrote:
> Paredes, Jefferson SECUADO-FNE4 writes
> I believe that you need a 32 bit processor to run Linux.
I believe he was talking about ELKS, which is derived from an early
version of the Linux kernel and runs on 8088 and above processors (I
believe there was even a partial port to the 8 bit Z80 processor at one
time too). See http://www.elks.ecs.soton.ac.uk/
> The first versions on a 486!
You mean those years that I ran (well, more like crawled) Linux on a 386
with 4MB of RAM were all in my imagination? ;)
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