cheguebeara at gmail.com
Mon Aug 6 01:50:03 UTC 2012
Actually I was going to add that you can't go wrong with installing 32
bit across the board.
I have a mix of older 32's and 64's on my desk here (3 laptops / 2 PC's)
all running Precise 32 bit.
It saves having to keep around extra install disks and makes 'grab and
go' much easier when working on a clients machine (I am on a mission to
convert every senior in town to Ubuntu - nothing says 'Grey Power' like
a 75 year old gramma showing a teenager how to do a 'sudo apt-get
update' or how to install a new ppa... lol)
('Che' works as well just haven't been addressed that way for years...
On Mon, 2012-08-06 at 00:49 +0000, james2432 at gmail.com wrote:
> Please see the uname -a instructions I've sent you in previous comments.
> Che just because he has 64bit capabilities doesn't necessarily mean he installed it, he might have installed 32bit
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