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Re: openssl? pure 64-bit kernel?

* Falk Hueffner (falk.hueffner@student.uni-tuebingen.de) wrote:
> David Liontooth <liontooth@cogweb.net> writes:
> > I'm also waiting for wajig, a set of perl scripts that simplifies
> > package management. And transcode -- the various modules from a
> > range of projects apparently need quite a bit of work to take
> > advantage of the multimedia capabilities of this CPU.
> By the way, we need to be careful with things like this. gcc currently
> assumes -m64 implies 3dnow. However, with Intel's ia32e, this is no
> longer correct. This should be taken care of before we start
> committing into the official mirror.

Erm, a) is there even an ia32e chip out anywhere? b) It's not clear that
the 64bit only archive will ever be an official part of the archive...


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