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Liam O'Toole wrote:
>>. It seems people have blinders on today. He said he wanted to use the
>> 32-bit version and he currently uses the 64-bit version. One can't
>> downgrade a system from 64-bit to 32-bit easily. IMO, one would be
>> better off re-installing.
> No, the OP stated that he was 'considering' the i386 port. My
> suggestion offers him the possibility of avoiding the need for a
> reinstall, if he is prepared to forego the delights of an i386 port.
> I'll let the OP perform the cost/benefit analysis himself.
Agreed, but he also said he needed wine and
didn't want to do a chroot,
which means he *needs* the 32-bit.
It's not worth arguing over. Enough information has been given that he
can now make an informed decision, whatever he decides to do.
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