"We didn't quite finish up our server kernel vs. desktop kernel
comparison, so today we'll wrap that up, plus we'll dig into the
included services in Ubuntu Server, amaze at a couple of
interesting blunders, and decide what this thing is good
for--fueling the tireless Canonical hype machine, or something
"The server kernel uses CONFIG_M686=y, and the desktop kernel
gets CONFIG_M586=y. This means that the server kernel is optimized
for Pentium Pro instruction sets, and the desktop kernel for the
entire 586 and 686 CPU families..."
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