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I would like to construct an iso that allows for booting into either i486 or i586 using the same 32-bit modules. I assume this won't work with Porteus-XFCE-v3.2.2-i586 and Porteus-XFCE-v3.1-i486. Must I compile this myself?
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I believe brokenman has said he was dropping 486 support. He just doesn't have the time to do both levels.
Dual-booting two isos, or two installs, which share a common module folder could work.
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We follow slackware which has adopted i586 and dropped i486 AFAIK for slackware 14.2 (Porteus v3.2), so this follows on to Porteus too.
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