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SubjectRe: binary portability
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>I have some binaries built on a RHEL 3/EM64T platform. Can I directly
>port them to an RHEL 3/AMD64 platform and run without any issue?
>
That should work just as much as you can run binaries built on an
x86/pentium4 platform run on x86/athlon-xp, provided you only compiled with
the features that both processors support.

>I know that EM64T and AMD64 are ISA compatible, but there could be some
>differences in ELF32 between these 2 processor architectures.
>
What differences? (Apart from MMXEXT and SSE2,SSE3)

>Any input will be appreciated.
>

Jan Engelhardt
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