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    SubjectRe: Drop support for x86-32
    On 08/24/2012 11:05 AM, wbrana wrote:
    > On 8/24/12, Martin Nybo Andersen<tweek@tweek.dk> wrote:
    >> What I'd hate even more is rendering my old working hardware useless by
    >> removing x86-32 support from the kernel. To reason the removal by saying
    >> "Microsoft plans to do it" just makes me go bonkers...

    > Your old hardware will work fine with long term kernel.

    Give it up. x86-32 support isn't going away for a long time.

    The kernel exists to support existing hardware, not the other way
    around. As long as people want to keep using x86-32 on linux, it will
    continue to be supported.

    Chris


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