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SubjectRe: Intel vs AMD x86-64
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On Sat, 21 Feb 2004, Linus Torvalds outgrape:
> Actually, I'm a bit disgusted at Intel for not even _mentioning_ AMD
> in their documentation or their releases, so I'd almost be inclined
> to rename the thing as "AMD64" just to give credit where credit is
> due. However, it's just not worth the pain and confusion.

I move we:

s/ia64/itanic/g
s/x86_64/ia64/g

and acknowledge that the "a" in "ia64" now stands for "AMD".
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