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I'm slowly working up the courage to rip out my beautifully functioning
Sarge 2.6.8 and install Amd64. I've been reading the AMD64 Howto over
and over until I get the feeling I know what I'm doing. In the howto I see:
Installing into a chroot
Before you start
Before you start bootstrapping the pure64 port into a chroot, make sure
you are already running a 64bit kernel, or boot from a Debian-Installer
CD in order to accomplish the following steps.
If you already have an existing i386 Debian installation, you can
install the amd64 kernels found in the archive.
Does the "existing i386 Debian installation" mean for example, my Sarge?
"the amd64 kernels found in the archive". Which archive? On the i386
Debian installation? (surely not), on the CD? on the sources.list via
Sorry if this is obvious to all except me. I'm afraid I'll have lots of
questions like this.
Thanks in advance for all the help.
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