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    SubjectRe: Cannot run linux 2.6.14.3 UML on a x86_64
    On Sun, Dec 04, 2005 at 04:12:56AM +0000, Paulo da Silva wrote:
    > I did a mke2fs running on a 64 bits (x86_64) system.
    > Is there a way to specify that a filesystem is for 64 bits?

    Yeah, you fill it with either 64 or 32-bit binaries.

    > I am using linux for 64 bits since a couple of days before.
    > I did not patch the host kernel with skas yet.

    UML no longer requires patching the host in order to use skas mode.

    > Besides performance, is there any other reason to use it?

    It works. I have never really tested tt mode on x86_64.

    Jeff
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