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SubjectRe: 32bit emulation of wireless ioctls
On Mon, 2003-02-03 at 23:17, Jean Tourrilhes wrote:
> <Puzzled of why you would *not* want a 64 bit userland>

Because 64-bit can be just a waste of space for no real gain, and more
to the point because some of the early SPARC64 chips are so broken that
if you let users run 64-bit code they can kill the box, so it's strictly
32-bit userland only on those.

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dwmw2

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