Quoting adam <lists at beecher.net>:
> [Please reply off-list.]
Why? This is not OT.
> Can you install an i386 distribution on an IA64 machine?
No, Itanic is 64-bit only.
X86_64 works fine, not itanic.
> If so, does it fall
> back to 32-bit cleanly? Are there any performance implications?
The perf would seriously suck as it would be running in emulation mode.
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