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Old 08-25-2006, 05:44 PM   #1
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Can I install the regular i386 Fedora Core 5 on a Socket 754 mobo with a AMD 64 CPU?

Can I install the regular i386 Fedora Core 5 on a Socket 754 mobo with a AMD 64 sempron processor? Or do I have to use the i386_64 for it to work?

Im not worried about performance AT ALL. There are just going to be "web browsers"

I want to go with regular i386 Fedora because it suggests more ram than I have for the i386_64 version.
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According to the link posted below, you can use the Sempron for either 32-bit or 64-bit OSs.,00.html


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