[ARCHIVED] Discussion about the Fedora x86_32 upkeep
The x86platform covers the Intel 80x86 32 bit platform. (aka i386 or i686). While this is the original platform Red Hat Linux and later Fedora Linux was built for, it is no longer the main focus of most upstream systems. This means that problems affecting older systems requires extra attention. The purpose of this list are to focus on the needs of the hardware. We are looking for active participants who can help test and debug Fedora on x86_32 hardware. From this testing, the project will be better able to access which 32 bit hardware is still supportable.
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