Kurt Roeckx wrote on 03/02/2005 18:24: >> On Thu, Feb 03, 2005 at 05:54:35PM +0100, Goswin von Brederlow wrote: >> > >>>>>From what I heart you won't feel the difference. The advantage of a >>>>64bit kernel lies in having more than 3GB address space (more than 4GB >>>>for 64bit) programs and the possibility of more than 4GB physical ram >>>>alltogether. > >> >> >> Actually, you can use 4GB of address space for userspace. For 32bit userspace or also for 64bit userspace? Or in other words: With a 64bit (amd64) kernel, where are the actual limits for: 32bit Apps 64bit Apps Thanks, SvenPS: Sorry Kurt for sending the initial reply to you privately. Was intended for this list.
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