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I guess what my question is: Is there a simple pII = 386, pIII = 486...etc?<--(I know that those are probably not correct, please don't use them as a technical reference) Anyway, the reason I ask, is that I have some old machines that I would like to bring back to life, and would like to know what I am looking at in the "minimum requirements" sections. I tried googled for this info, but couldn't find anything usefull. Thanks.
Distribution: Dabble, but latest used are Fedora 13 and Ubuntu 10.4.1
Originally Posted by neu2linux
I guess what my question is: Is there a simple pII = x86, pIII = x86...etc? The reason I ask, is that I have some old machines that I would like to bring back to life. I tried googled fo rthis info, but couldn't find anything usefull. Thanks.
You say that they are "old" machines. If they ran windows and are "old" machines, then dollars to doughnuts they are x86 machines.