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Re: Changing the default 32-bit x86 arch for Fedora 12

On Monday 15 June 2009 03:31:17 pm Jon Ciesla wrote:
> Seth Vidal wrote:
> > On Mon, 15 Jun 2009, Jon Ciesla wrote:
> >>> BTW are those new VIA netbooks SSE2-capable?
> >>
> >> Additionally, what will this do to RHEL?  I can't imagine RHEL
> >> customers being too happy about this for RHEL7(?), and if i386 would
> >> still be in RHEL, it would worry me that it would only be a secondary
> >> arch in Fedora. . .
> >
> > This is not relevant for fedora's decisions.
> >
> > -sv
> I'm not sure I understand why not.  Are you saying that if RedHat
> decided that RHEL7 was to support Sparc , there'd be no interest in
> making that a primary arch?

considering RHEL ships on ia64 and s390x  which only one of them is a 
secondary arch.  it would likely remain a secondary arch.  Realistically the 
one arch i see being promoted to primary would be arm.


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