Re: 32 or 64 bits for the end user.
I've been using nothing but 64-bit Debian for the last few years.
I love it. Server, workstation.
-------- brian m. carlson 23:12 Mon 21 Mar --------
On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 03:35:46PM +0000, Hendrik Boom wrote:
Are there still significant end-user problems for 64-bit Debian? The
machine has nvidia graphics on the motherboard (I believe). My user is
likely to want to use flash, which has always been a problem in Linux,
but ... Is it still even more of a problem in 64-bit mode?
I can't speak to the nVidia graphics, since I bought Intel on this
motherboard (and two months later, AMD bought ATI and started releasing
specs), but 64-bit Flash works very well here. I've used Iceweasel and
now use Chromium, and they both seem to work fine.
I haven't encountered any other problems on amd64/sid.
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