On Sun, 2004-02-08 at 17:30, Gene C. wrote:Yes, but they're not both (amd & intel 64bit) going to be installed on a system at one time. You'l most likely see 32bit & 64bit mix, being i586 + amd64 or i586 + intel64.
On Sunday 08 February 2004 11:08, Sam Varshavchik wrote:
IIRC, /usr/lib64 and /lib64 are "standard" for 64 bit systems .. not just the x86_64. So on a Sparc, Itanium or the IBM z/Architecture, you have 64 bit libraries in /usr/lib64 also.The subject says it all. /lib64 doesn't feel right. Why add another root directory? We already have /lib/i686, so /lib/x86_64 seems natural.
Ditto for /usr/lib64. /usr/lib/x86_64 looks better to me.
Note that for Intel, we may well end up two sets of 64 bits libraries if
the rumoured Intel 64 bit extensions to IA32 are not compatible with the
AMD x86_64 ones.
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