Acroread 64-bits

adams k7qo at
Mon Aug 27 15:25:01 UTC 2007

On Mon, 2007-08-27 at 17:47 +0300, Nigel Ridley wrote:
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> > Chuck
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> > 
> > 
> Since I need to print landscape pdf's that was the main reason for switching to a 
> 32 bit install - I don't notice any difference in the computer's performance 
> between the 64 and 32 bit installs.
> Blessings,
> Nigel

I do Monte Carlo Simulation of Electromagnetic Transport in Real
Planetary Systems.  What this means is that I can bring any
computer system in the Universe to its knees.  It takes a lot
of compute power to do these calculations.  The physical dimensions
and calculations require double precision (64-bit) floating point

So, I must have 64-bit systems.  That's why I have more than 6 systems
running 24/7.  

Yes, I could set up a new system for 32-bits, but my issue is why should
I give up 64-bits because the rest of the world hasn't gotten to
problems of this difficulty yet.  I'll just wait til they catch up.....


I love being a rocket scientist..... :-)

I'm just asking software developers to do both 32- and 64-bit versions
for both versions of (k)ubuntu 7.XX and those that follow.  It is a
tough row to hoe, but they can do it.



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