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SubjectRe: kernel (64bit) 4GB memory support
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On Tue, 2005-05-10 at 16:03 -0400, Lee Revell wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-05-11 at 02:48 +0700, Rudolf Usselmann wrote:
> > All my problems started when I "upgraded" to x86_64 ...
> >
>
> And you are surprised by this?
>
> I don't know why so many users buy an arch that didn't exist two years
> ago and expect it to be 100% as reliable as 32 bit i386 which has been
> around for 20 plus years. I see tons of bug reports where people don't
> bother to mention that "oh, btw this is a mixed 32/64 bit environment"
> or whatever.
>
> When you make the choice to live on the bleeding edge, these things will
> happen. If you don't like filling out bug reports stick with a 32 bit
> machine ;-)
>
> Lee

Hi Lee,

no I am not surprised ! But, hey, if nobody tries, we will
never debug it, right ?! ;*)

I did fill out a bug report several month ago (and did not mind
it), I was just following up because I didn't hear anything about
it in quite sometime !

Best Regards,
rudi
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