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Old 1st September 2010
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Trying to install this from the package site: pkg_add fails citing "this package currently requires a CPU supporting SSE2. ...check by running dmesg|grep 'cpu.*SSE2' ".

Running dmesg | grep 'cpu.*SSE2' shows that both cores on here seem to support all sorts of stuff including SSE2 (output looks like "cpu0: FPU,...SSE2, ..."

What to do - suggestions please?
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