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Old 01-21-2015, 06:41 AM   #1
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LXer: Fedora 23: 64-bit Only?

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You know, I get it. I understand the symbiotic relationship between the Fedora Project and Red Hat, and how the former serves as a de facto test bed for development that, sooner or later, ends up in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Scientific Linux and CentOS (and even Oracle Linux). I even get that Red Hat may no longer have a need for 32-bit development. I also get that while 32-bit hardware use in developed countries is on the decline, Id like to see statistics on 32-bit hardware use in developing countries before Im ready to say that 32-bit is irrelevant.



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