"That's bad news if you haven't upgraded your machine in, oh, 20 years or so"
I admit i'm surprised even recent kernels have supported it. Haven't thought much about that.
Why did this take so long? Is there even any reason to run a 386/486 anymore? I just can't wrap my head around a logical use for these systems. I can understand the cost being cheap, but so is a P4.
This is a good thing. It's time to move on people! Heck, if you have an 1386 or a 486 and you still use it, that system is like the terminator! How can it still run? D:
Jk, but they are definitely outdated to the point where I'm dumbfounded at the fact we still had support for them 5 years ago.
I'm going to say this is a really old CPU since I don't even know what it is...
I don't think PC's from the 1990's would still be in use much anyhow..
I feel like this is the kind of announcement you could not even announce and no one would notice
NOT MY 386!!!
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