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Digital Alpha 2100A 4/200

I was refered to debian because of the availability of Digital Alpha
releases.  I noticed at Redhat that there are separate releases for the
different alpha processors.  From what I've seen here, am I to assume the
Debian release for alpha is a one fits all product for the Digital Alpha?


Thomas Bennett

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