GH girardhenri at free.fr
Mon Apr 28 07:19:34 UTC 2014

I used for a long time 32 bits version : But soon they might planned to 
stop it so I anticipate and have 8 cores 16 Go memory, I can tell you 
with 64 bit it works like a charm, specially when I compile 1 Go (or 
near) of data sagemath for example 4h compilation

Le 28/04/2014 08:32, O. Sinclair a écrit :
> On 28/04/2014 08:21, Christer Wickman wrote:
>> Hello Everybody
>> I have a question to everybody. If one buy more memory to ones 
>> computer. I have plans to buy DDR2 800MHz 4Gb memory to my computer. 
>> Does that mean I have to install KUbuntu v. 14.04 64-bits KUbuntu? 
>> Hope anyone can help me with this.
>> Yours.
>> Christer
>> Sent from my Huawei Mobile
> assuming you are already using 32-bit version you should be able to 
> install the PAE extensions and continue working. For 4 Gb RAM the PAE 
> should do just fine (out of my own earlier experience)
> actually, checking the ubuntu wiki for this:
> https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EnablingPAE
> it states that from 12.10 and onwards PAE is already enabled by 
> default. In which case you do not have to do anything.
> if you decide to go beyond 4 Gb you should consider reinstalling to 
> 64-bit.
> Kind regards
> Sinclair

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