i386 or x8664 on AMD 3400+?
- date: March 12, 2008
Until now I have installed an i386 version on AMD 3400+. For the next, should I be looking at 64 bit version? Also, are all the apps available for that version, if I can install 64bit?
AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2. i386 or x8664?
- date: March 26, 2007
I have a very silly question but I really need to know the answer
I'm not sure which one is the architecture of my processor. I suppose this information is very serious and maybe I already did it all wrong from the very begining when I installed SUSE 10.0!
Through YaST - Hardware - Hardware Information I see that the computer has two processors:
AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3800+
whos architecture is: i386
The problem is that I always had the impression their architecture is x86-64.
I checked the AMD website and the wikipedia(!) and if I'm not wrong the processors' architecture is AMD64 wich is equivalent to x86-64
It gets worse. I can't find my linux dvd or iso. At least I remember that every time I had to make a choice of arcitecture I chose x86-64
In case it's usefull my kernel is: 2.6.13-15.15-smp
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[SOLVED] wtf.. is it a i386 or x8664
- date: January 14, 2012
I am running crazy about the kind of processor I have here.
Here is what I got - short output:
Need help choosing Linux i386 or x8664
- date: December 19, 2005
I want to install fedora Linux and I donít know which one to do i386 or x86-64 I have a 1GHz Celeron.
i386 or x8664?
- date: April 20, 2005
I am a newbie.
After trying out a Knoppix CD, I wish to explore further into the world of Linux.
I wanted to download Fedora Core DVD or CD images but am not sure which version to get. I am trying it out on a AMD Duron 800MHz, and dunno if it is 32-bit or 64-bit.
Please help. Thanks.
Also, is Fedora Core suitable for a newbie? Your opinion welcome.
AMD Athlon 64 install i386 or AMD64 8.10 ??
- date: October 31, 2008
My motherboard has AMD Athlon 64
Do I install the i386 or AMD64 Ubuntu 8.10 version?
PS: I use 7.10 i386 now.
i386 or amd64 in an AMD Athlon X2 + nForce system
- date: January 10, 2008
I am going to upgrade my 5 years old PC to a brand new AMD Athlon X2 + nForce system. I am a Debian Etch user and going to stick with it. I am going to install Debian Etch on my new system, so I did lot of googling to find which architecture of the kernel is good for my new system. But, I am not satisfied with the results.
Now, my questions are:
1) I have 3 sets of Debian Etch i386 DVD. Can I use it on my 64 bit system? I would like to keep all the binaries in 32 bit except the kernel which is obviously will be 64 bit (available in i386 DVD).
2) If I have to install pure AMD64 Debian Etch, then I do not want to use 'chroot' environment to run 32 bit applications. I will rather install 32 bit libraries. Is this ok to run all the 32 bit applications (specially java, flash)?
3) In either way, does nVidia forceware work with integrated Geforce 6100 ?
4) Do I need to install any special driver for nForce mainboard to unlock all the features or linux has all the drivers bundled for nFor
32bit(i386) or 64bit(amd64) on an amd 64bit cpu (amd 6000+)?
- date: October 28, 2007
lol i know the question sounds kinda stupid, i mean naturally amd 64bit cpu should go with amd64. but thats only naming as i see it, since ive read on various forums that the 64bit version (much like any other 64bit version operating systems) have many compatibility issues, like java, flash, etc etc.
so, what is your opinion? im an avid youtuber, so installing adobe flash is CRUCIAL, and so far, on amd64 debian i have been unsuccessful to say the least. im hoping the 32bit version might fare better. can i install the "flashplugin-nonfree" on the i386 version of debian?
i386 or amd64?
- date: May 11, 2010
I have to install my ubuntu server again ( I was hacked, so replacing the Intrepid Ibex with Lusty Lynx) and have to do it from a usb flash drive as my cd rom doesn't work. I need to know if my system is amd64 (which I think it is, it was built from scratch about 4 years ago or i386. Entering 'uname -r' just gave me numbers like 12.?.? (sorry didn't write it down, now I'm on the Windows computer. But it didn't show amd64 or i386 so I'm wondering how to find out. Thanks
i386 or amd64 ???
- date: November 23, 2010
Which one should I install?
On the Ubuntu Download Page, i386 is marked "recommended". However, my processor is 64-bit.
Why is and64 recommended? What are the advantages and disadvantages of the amd64 Ubuntu? And which one should I install?