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Old 09-22-2004, 01:50 PM   #1
NCAussie
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SuSE 64-bit Kernal


I have gotten all the parts together (except my video card is on back-order) to put together a 64-bit system.

I wanted to know, if I did an ftp install of SuSE 9.1pro, would it automatically reconize that my system is 64-bit, or will I need to do something special, aka compile a new kernal?

edited...

Hurray! I figured it out myself.

Man o man is this thing fast. I mean FAST!

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