After compiling LFS on a pentium3 machine, I am planning to use CPIO to copy it across to a pentium2 box.
My temporary system does not have any optimizations, but I would like to optimize the final system with --march=pentium2.
From the book:
"The set +h command turns off bash's hash function. Normally hashing is a useful feature [...] However, we'd like the new tools to be used as soon as they are installed."
Does this mean that as I compile new binaries (--march=pentium2) they will not be able to be executed on the current pentium3 system?
Thanks in Advance