It's a 1 GHz 686-class processor but it's made by VIA, and not AMD or Intel or anyone, it seems to me. Ain't no 1 GHz 386 processors. It's probably just that it's a completely non-standard cpu. I'm sure Windows and VIA made sure it would work with XP, but that's probably it. - Well, and re-reading more carefully, Red Hat. Must be some funky kernel settings or drivers in Red Hat that you need to compile for Suse or something.
Last edited by slakmagik; 07-27-2003 at 04:03 AM.