karol wrote:You have a couple kernels to choose from:kernel26-2.6.37-5-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz
kernel26-220.127.116.11-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xzWhat do you mean by "low energy"?
Thanks for the help! I figured that pacman only downloads and unpacks the packages, not compile them locally on the machine, so there shouldn't be an issue. I looked into options for bootstrapping Arch, and found that `mkarchroot` has a flag for alternate 'pacman.conf' files. I copied an x86_64 config file and changed the architecture line to:Architecture = x86_64I
I want to take VPS for my website. I will need to run PHP and MySQL only, and will have FTP installed. I do not need any other extra services. I want to choose the version that will have the lowest RAM and CPU usage.