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Re: [opensuse]
  • From: David Bolt <bcrafhfr@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2008 22:16:49 +0100
  • Message-id: <iEYaqOTBNGRIFwWq@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Mon, 2 Jun 2008, jdd sur free wrote:-

David Bolt wrote:

Why not? I keep seeing this said, most often by yourself, but I've yet
to see anyone actually give a good reason for not doing so.

I have yet to see any benchmark giving advantage to do so, but it
would be good to know

Unfortunately, I can't provide any benchmarks as I always[0] install
64bit, not 32bit, distros on my 64bit hardware. What I can say is that
I've not had any issues that couldn't be fixed while running the various
64bit versions of openSUSE.


[0] I did once install the 32bit version of 10.0 on one of the systems
that's now running 64bit 10.3. The idea at the time was to dual-boot
between the 32 and 64 bit systems because I didn't have the available
hardware to run both versions on separate hardware. However, I didn't
actually follow through with that idea as I acquired another 32bit
system and so no longer had the need to dual-boot.

Regards,
David Bolt

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