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Re: [vox-tech] P4 and SuSE X86-64
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Re: [vox-tech] P4 and SuSE X86-64



On Tuesday 21 March 2006 19:39, Rod Roark wrote:
> Anyone know what happens if you install SuSE X86-64 RPMs on a P-4
> machine?  I'm working (remotely) with a client who seems to have
> installed his system this way, but it's not crashing... wondering if
> I should insist on a reinstall.
>
> Thanks for any wisdom...

There are P-4's with em64t and there are P-4's without em64t. This one 
has em64t, and a 64bit distro installed, so you're good to go.

You, of course, should cat /proc/cpuinfo to make sure that what I said 
is true. See http://lists.debian.org/debian-amd64/2006/01/msg00154.html 
for how to tell whether a processor is a 64-bit processor.

(Intel should be up to the Nonium, or Decium processor now, or maybe the 
P5, but no... They decide to confuse us by not renaming their chips 
even when they greatly change them)

--Ken

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