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 Some old generic x86 hardware may contain a CPU that does not support [[wp>​Physical_Address_Extension|PAE]],​ notably some old, but popular HP thin clients with a Transmeta Crusoe CPU. Some old generic x86 hardware may contain a CPU that does not support [[wp>​Physical_Address_Extension|PAE]],​ notably some old, but popular HP thin clients with a Transmeta Crusoe CPU.
  
-The AstLinux bootloader, ''​runnix-0.4''​ and earlier works with non-PAE hardware, AstLinux 1.2.10 and earlier. ​ AstLinux 1.3 and later default to ''​runnix-0.5''​ which requires a CPU with PAE, but AstLinux 1.3 will also boot fine with ''​runnix-0.4''​.+The AstLinux bootloader, ''​runnix-0.4''​ and earlier works with non-PAE hardware, ​included with AstLinux 1.2.10 and earlier. ​ AstLinux 1.3 and later default to ''​runnix-0.5''​ which requires a CPU with PAE, but AstLinux 1.3 will also boot fine with ''​runnix-0.4''​.
  
 For a new installation on a legacy non-PAE board, you can "​bootstrap"​ the process by first installing AstLinux 1.2.10 and then perform a "​System Firmware Upgrade:"​ to a newer AstLinux image. For a new installation on a legacy non-PAE board, you can "​bootstrap"​ the process by first installing AstLinux 1.2.10 and then perform a "​System Firmware Upgrade:"​ to a newer AstLinux image.