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Old 05-28-2010, 01:24 PM
Default Bug#583523: closed by Ben Hutchings ( Bug#583523: clarify which Pentiums are meant in Description)

B> This should run on any Pentium processor (it is used during
B> installation).

Yes, but then one might never be aware of the -686 packages.

>> Please clarify if that includes "Intel Pentium Pro/II/III/4/4M/D/M" etc.
>> or not, or if there is a better package (-686) for them of course.

B> The short description says 'old PCs' so I think it's clear that this is
B> not the best package for anything modern.

I am very sorry but I cannot guess exactly what your cut of point is
# seq 1990 2010

Please be more exact in your wording, or else the user can assume it
is best for all Pentium.

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