i386

i386

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i386

(1) The Intel 386 CPU. See 386.

(2) The name of a CD-ROM folder. Sometimes, "i386" was used as a folder name on installation or development CD-ROMs to refer to the Intel or PC platform in contrast to other platforms that may also have been supported.
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In order to determine the effect of S/I ratio on the BMP assay, an analysis of variance (ANOVA) and Tukey's test at p<0.05 were applied using the software R (i386 3.0.2).
Todo el analisis estadistico fue desarrollado con los programas STATGRAPHIC S Centurion XVI.I y R Project (I386 3.1.0).
In the current study R's 32-bit version i386 2.15.0 and RStudio version 0.98.507, both running on a 64-bit Windows 7 Professional environment (including SP 1), were applied (Lopez-de-Lacalle, 2006; Field et al., 2012).
It also works as a guest on the Xen hypervisor, for i386 and AMD64 platforms.
SunOS 5.11 snv_101b i86pc i386 i86pc Solaris, which is OpenSolaris 2008.11 but this are also applicable to Solaris 10, AIM (advanced integration matrix) benchmark v7 and v9 Caldera International, Inc.
Two versions of Ubuntu Server are included on DVD, an i386 and a 64-bit version, for best use with your existing server hardware.
Developed by Rakan El-Khalil, Hydan takes advantage of redundancy in the i386 instruction set and inserts hidden information by defining sets of functionally equivalent instructions, conceptually like a grammar-based mimicry (e.g., where ADD instructions are a zero bit and SUB instructions are a one bit).
When linked with 100 common elements, the Linux kernel driver contains roughly 14,000 lines of core and library source code and 19,000 lines of element source code (not counting comments); this compiles to about 341,000 bytes of i386 instructions, most of which are used only at router initialization time.
Compression is done on the instructions sets of the PowerPC, ARM, and i386 processors.