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Re: 64-bit Kernel Question



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2009/3/8 Petrus de Calguarium <kwhiskerz gmail com>
I have seen many mentions of the default kernel in Fedora 11 being the 64-
bit kernel for all hardware that supports it. How do I know if my hardware
supports it? I have an Intel dual core processor. Does that mean I could
install the 64-bit kernel? I am presently using the PAE kernel. An article
suggested that this is for "older" hardware. My processor is definitely not
'older'.


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