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  1. #1
    Linux Newbie
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    Apr 2005
    West Oz

    HT technology???

    any distros about that use it??
    2.6GHz Celeron, 1GB, 160GB, 128Mb SuSe11.2; PCTV, GBit eth0 on P4PE, 10/100 eth1 <Ride to ride again>.

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    Linux Guru AlexK's Avatar
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    Feb 2005
    By HT, i assume you mean Intel's Hyper-Threading technology.

    Yes, you need to have a distro which has multi-processor support enabled. Most major distros come with it, but i think the best way is to compile your own kernel and enable multi-processor support. The version of Mandrake I have has multi-processor support, but I dont know about SUSE. The best way to check you have HT running is to see the Hardware settings in your distro and select CPU, if it shows 2 CPU's then HT is enabled and running.

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