I would upgrade to Waldorf regardless of 32bit vs 64bit. Personal I install 32bit unless the hardware can handle more tha 4 GB RAM. Unless of course there is a 64bit program that you need to use.
As of right now, the development release of slackware 13.37 is out for testing. You can download both the 64bit and 32bit ISOs from distrowatch.com and try them out. It is using the latest 184.108.40.206 kernel. This should support newer hardware.Recommendation, install the 32bit system rather then using the 64bit version.
I have run into a number of issues with installing debian, and I am at the point where I have to install it 32 bit from a dvd. My system is 64bit, so here's my question: how would I go about installing 64 bit debian with a 32bit cd? I should theoretically be able to do this by merging parts of the 64bit iso with the 32bit iso.
today I've got an application which is need glibc-2.1 32bit
but my opensuse 11.2 is 64bit.
I've checked the yast but nothing interesting catch my eyes.
is there any solution to install glibc 2.1 32bit on a 64bit box?
I need to install specifically like this: Ubuntu 12.04 32bit on a 64bit machine. It worked perfectly on 32bit laptop. But with Ubuntu 12.04 32bit on a 64bit machine I can't see anything without some bunch of colors on the display of the 64bit machine.
i want to know if my cpu hardware is 32bit or 64bit...although i know i have installed 32bit Ubuntu 12.04 version on my system,,, yet i m not sure if my system/cpu is 32bit or 64bit,, as in either case, i could have installed 32bit operating sys on it...
1...when i try to check it by lscpu,, it show CPU op mode both 32bit and 64 bit as shown under...what does this mean????
2....architecture says i