On Friday January 23 2009, Carl Hartung wrote:
On Friday 23 January 2009 16:07:01 Per Jessen wrote:
Randall Schulz said it very eloquently:
"The question is in fact whether there's any reason to use a 64-bit
He /can/ be eloquent, can't he!
On occasion, perhaps.
But he really does place his commas deliberately, even if somewhat
Clemensesquely... (Twain was known for his over-the-top use of commas.)
(Hi All! I'm back from Pluto... he he)
What's it like? Has word reached its denizens that they no longer live
on a planet?
Are you saying I should now downgrade my 11.1 installation to the
32-bit version? I waited *forever* to upgrade my increasingly cranky
previous system and when I took the plunge, I installed the 'native'
Well, I know someone who has made it a habit of re-installing every time
something fails to suit his tastes and exceeds his ability to rectify
the situation, but it's not something I can recommend. I counted it as
a good transition when it took only a week to get my 11.1 installation
the way I like it. If past is prolog, the next time I install a new OS
on this system, it'll be openSUSE 13.0.
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