firstname.lastname@example.org (Bob Proulx) writes:
> Hamish Moffatt wrote:
> Sure, native code is always better. But that still won't help when
> sharing binaries from other distros to and from Debian. Because those
> other commonly available binaries of which people think are so
> critical will be 32-bit. (I am referring to those evil flash plugins,
> acrobat, etc. in addition to the Quake mentioned by the previous
> poster. But UT and Starcraft are more my style.)
They rarely come as deb and then having multiarch support in apt/dpkg
makes no difference at all.
You can already use acrobat reader (I do) or wine (did that too, but
haven't player Starcraft on amd64 yet) so there is no problem there.