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Re: Memory



Sorry!
I was wrong. My processor is Xeon 32 bits.
Regards.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Arnt Karlsen" <arnt@c2i.net>
To: <debian-user@lists.debian.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2003 3:01 PM
Subject: Re: Memory


> On Wed, 03 Sep 2003 10:54:58 -0600,
> "Gary Hennigan" <glhenni@sandia.gov> wrote in message
> <[🔎] nhx8yp5izh9.fsf@sadl12238.sandia.gov>:
>
> > Eicke <eick.jac@terra.com.br> writes:
> > > Hi Gary I appreciate your response.
> > > My machine is a Dual Xeon 2.8 GHz 64-bit.
> > > Should be happens the errors anyway?
> >
> > Clear up some things for us Eicke. First, I may be behind on my Intel
> > marketing, but aren't the Xeon line of processors just good ole
> > Pentium 4's (32-bit) with extra cache? Is Intel marketing the Itanium
> > (64-bit) under the Xeon name?
> >
> > Second, did these applications ever work under Linux on your system?
> >
> > If indeed Intel is selling 64-bit Xeons(TM) using Itanium processors
> > then I'll have to pass on answering your questions as I have no
> > experience with Linux on the Itanium processor. My no-experience guess
> > would be that you'd need to compile the kernel with Itanium support,
> > which I don't see as an option in my 2.4.21 kernel configuration, and
> > install 64-bit Itanium versions of the applications you're trying to
> > use.
>
> ..I thought Intel dropped their 64bit Itanic???  (I only know it
> from the row raised by the Serious Con Operation lawsuit on IBM.)
>
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