Kevin Kofler wrote: > OK, so there are technically current 32-bit machines which are not > netbooks. Certainly not the common case though. ;-) And people should > choose an Atom-330-based solution instead. :-) That depends entirely on what they want to do with the machine. My backup server is a Soekris net4801 with a 266 MHz SC1100. It's quite sufficient for Rsync over SSH and draws about four to five watts. (That particular model has end-of-life status now though.) I agree that a time will probably come when 32-bit x86 processors are no longer manufactured, but we're not there yet. Björn Persson
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