Re: PROPOSED: 32/64 bit coexistance
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- Subject: Re: PROPOSED: 32/64 bit coexistance
- From: Julie <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 23:40:04 -0500
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[ I'm re-posting my reply as it seems a lot of IBMer
addresses are incorrect.
-- Julie. ]
> Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> > A simple way to accomplish both is to put an binary type specifier
> > (i386-linux). gcc already does that, see /usr/lib/gcc-lib. Doing
> > that would be very nice: it means you could share your filesystem
> > space amongst many different types of machine without any worries
> > for example.
> Whatever the ultimate solution, it would be nice to keep this
> last sentence in mind. IBM alone has a slew of 32 and 64 bit
> architectures which run Linux.
> Julianne Frances Haugh Life is either a daring adventure
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> -- Helen Keller
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