32 or 64??
iodine at runbox.no
Sun Jan 31 20:58:56 UTC 2010
Dotan Cohen wrote:
>>> For certain wide definitions of "fear". 32-bit has a higher chance of
>>> getting one's applications installed with no hassle. That is a
>>> definite advantage, especially on a distro like Ubuntu.
>> I'm quite certain that you aren't a 64-bit user, at least not in the last year.
>> If one can't manage installing software, that's not a 64-bit problem.
>> If it's the 64-bit version, it's simple to get the 32-bit version.
> You are right, I am not a 64 bit user. I will get it a try once again
> when the 10.04 betas come out.
Then you should try to gain experience with the stuff you clearly have
datet info on before having an opinion.
>>> Final straw in the sense that users expect at least the tutorials to work.
>> Still, you're confusing 64-bit linux with wow64.
> I am unfamiliar with wow64.
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