|Quote (humpty @ Mar. 06 2007,08:56)|
|The downside ofcourse is that wouldn't run DSL (poof - dream dies|
here) since it's not i386. Debian is known to run on other
architectures such as PowerPC, but think of the manpower behind
that, the kernel, the re-compiling, the drivers. Just goes to show
how dependent we are on the i386 - eh?
|...[T]he chip uses a modified version of the MIPS instruction set that replaces proprietary instructions with ones developed by ICT.|