[Ubuntu-US-PA] 32 bit vs. k64 bit for Linux
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Sun Apr 22 23:00:34 UTC 2012
Depends on the architecture you have and what you need.
32bit is limited to about 3.5-4GB of RAM, and works with older processors
64GB has a much higher RAM allowance. Most processors today are 64bit.
Not all programs have 64-bit compatibility though, and are built in 32bit.
On Ubuntu, you can get the 32bit libraries in a 64bit environment to run
So really it is down to the architecture and what you want/need. 32bit
works well in most cases though (from my experience).
On Apr 22, 2012, at 6:51 PM, "Charles E. LaMonte,n3vuo" <n3vuo at yahoo.com>
Greetings to all, Which is better for Linux 32 bit or 6+ bit ? Thank you.
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