32 vs 64 bit today?
supadupa at gmail.com
Sun Aug 14 19:21:38 MDT 2011
Pretty much the same story here. I tried skype, but even their so called 64
bit downloads are all 32 bit. Mint debian edition 10 does flash just fine.
Be sure to change the sources.list to stable before you update packages from
testing. Debian edition was released shortly before the next release came
out. (it was noted it is for more advanced users anyhow)
On Aug 14, 2011 9:09 PM, "Aaron Toponce" <aaron.toponce at gmail.com> wrote:
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> Stuart Jansen <sjansen at buscaluz.org> wrote:
>>On Sat, 2011-08-13 at 06:14 -0600, S. Dale Morrey wrote:
>>> I just wanted to take a quick poll and ask what the current state of
>>> the whole 32 vs 64 bit thing is now days when it comes to distros.
>>> I remember a few years ago there were some major issues when going
>>> with a 64 bit distro and was curious to know if this is still the
>>> at all or if all those kinks have been worked out by now? Is there
>>> any reason given a 64 bit processor that anyone would still need to
>>> use a 32 bit distro?
>>Major issues? I've been running 64bit for nearly 7 years without any
>>major issues. Never had a problem with servers, and on my laptop Flash
>>was the only real annoyance. Perhaps you're thinking of Debian's
>>incredible delay to support multilib and the inconvenient suggestion to
>>use a chroot as a work around.
>>Old hardware is the only reason I'm aware of to still use 32bit.
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> I have been running 64-bit Debian for 5 years, and the only annoyances
being Flash and Skype. But then, that is what you get for running
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