On Wed, 22 Jun 2005, Braun Brelin wrote:
> Anyone have a good suggestion for a 64 bit Linux distro?
> I'm looking for a distro that has good support for multimedia apps...
Then you likely don't want a 64bit distro, you want an i386 distro.
Not a single Linux distro I know of gets 32+64 support right. Fedora
tries hard to do it the right way, but packages often are wrong (yum
is particularly dangerous here, last I tried it on x86-64). Debian at
least is less insane in how it tackels 32bit on x86-64.
But 32-on-x86-64 is something where Linux distro's are woefully
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