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> Linux probably wasn't mentioned because Linux isn't 64-bit <jeez i hope
> i'm right so i don't get flamed ;>
>
> -Rob

Intel and sparc Linux isn't 64-bit but yes, the Alpha version is 64-bit...

>
> On Fri, 25 Oct 1996, Tyson D Sawyer wrote:
>
> > I quote from page 141 of the November 1996 issue of Byte in the box
> > titled "Unix Pushes the 64-bit Encelope":
> >
> > Digital Equipment's Unix, IBM's OS/400, and
> > Silcon Graphic's Irix are the only full
> > 64-bit OS environments available today.
> >
> > This seems at least a little inflamatory to a Linux (sadly, not Alpha)
> > user such as myself. No meaning of that statement is lost due to missing
> > context and Linux is not mentioned in the article anywhere.
> >
> > Ty
> >
> >
>


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