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In the official announcement, Ben Hutchings said — “gcc for i386 has recently been changed to target 686-class processors and is generating code that will crash on other processors. Any such systems still running testing or unstable will need to be switched to run stable (Jessie).”
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In simpler language, users are advised to move to Debian 8 “Jessie” if they are using older computers powered by i486 or i586 CPUs.
The announcement also mentioned that the older architectures will continue to be supported in Jessie until 2018 (at least). This date could be extended until 2020 if i386 finds its place in Jessie LTS.
The users can already find this change implemented in Linux kernel 4.3 packages that have already been fed to the Debian repos last year.
If you’re looking for the complete list of processors that won’t be available for the Debian 9 “Stretch” release, here it is: