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Dual processors are becoming more and more popular in computers. Of course, you won't be able to see
much performance increase in Linux unless you tell Linux about the second CPU. Here is how to do it.
Go in the kernel, and enable SMP. SMP means Symetric Multi-Processing and tells the kernel that more than
one processor can be used.
After a reboot, Linux should tell you that it has detected 2 processors and what their status are.
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