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Re: FESco meeting summary for 20090507



On Sunday, May 10 2009, Jon Stanley said:
> Moreover, with the new architecture support feature in F11, we're now
> supposedly defaulting to an x86_64 kernel on an i686 install if the
> processor supports it (note that I say supposedly because I've not
> personally tested it).  Thus you have an x86_64 kernel, and all of the
> goodness that brings, but you still have an i686 userspace.

Due to some complications, we fell back to the contingency and aren't
installing the x86_64 kernel on the 32bit distro at all for F11 quite a
while ago[1]

Jeremy

[1] Or more accurately, never got to where we were installing the x86_64
kernel on 32bit distros and just enacted the contingency of not changing
thigns :)


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