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Linux x86 cannot be easily back-ported to the 80286 because it is a 16-bit processor and Linux x86 requires a 32-bit processor. More specifically, the registers on the 286 were still only 16-bits wide. None of the EX registers were available. Also, memory segments and offsets were still only 16-bits long. Programs still had to deal with near/far code and ...
Neither CentOS nor Fedora are "RedHat Linux". There isn't really any such thing; there is Red Hat Enterprise Linux, which replaced the previous Red Hat Linux. Fedora and CentOS are both Red-Hat sponsored projects but are not Red Hat products. Generally, Fedora is compatible with whatever is supported by the upstream kernel. Fedora does have kernel ...
Graphics Analysis HD 4K Support in Kernel 3.10 and UP Device contains Code-Name IVY BRIDGE Intel HD 4K Graphics Chip. IVY Bridge should fall under the MESA DRI on LKDB. Support Options: FOSS MESA DRI Driver or Official Intel i965 Driver. Wireless Analysis MBM Ericson Chipset Support Unsure if this is within the LKDB, but packages exist here.
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