Re: 32bit vs 64bit

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From: Brad Alexander <storm16@xxxxxxxxx>
To: Debian-user List <debian-user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: 32bit vs 64bit
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2011 16:57:26 -0400

means I would be without the machine for the duration of the build

No time to read all replies, perhaps somebody else already mentioned it
or there might be a better solution for your needs.

I recommend to additionally install a 64-bit Debian and if everything is
ok for the new install delete the 32-bit Debian and resize the
partitions. OTOH why not having/keeping two installs? LightScribe etc.?

I've got 4 OS (all Linux) installed.

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