I asked this question during the Geekcamp technology conference in November of 2017 during my function as a master of ceremonies. The theoretical answer, which I was able to determine when reading the article where it is indicated that the support for the 386 in the Linux kernel was eliminated in December 2012, is that it is the 486, processor that was first launched in 1989. In this article The result of my effort is shown to check if this is true.

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