Can I install a 64-bit kernel on a F16 32-bit system
binarynut at comcast.net
Fri Jan 6 16:41:19 UTC 2012
On 01/06/2012 09:48 AM, n2xssvv.g02gfr12930 wrote:
> On 06/01/12 03:59, John Wendel wrote:
>> I just bought more memory for a box that has F16 32-bit installed. Can I
>> install a 64-bit kernel and leave the userland 32-bit?
> The short answer as far as I know is NO!
> Unless you have 32bit applications that specifically require the 32bit
> kernel I would suggest this is a bad idea that probably won't work or be
> more trouble than it's worth.
> I'd recommend you install F16 64bit with 32bit application support.
> This is already implemented and working, and by using backups you should
> be able to do this relatively easily, (compared to your suggestion).
> If you do find a way of upgrading from f16 32bit to f16 64bit it would
> be interesting to hear how you get on. But I've never heard of it being
> available, or attempted.
In the fedora repo, install a app called ailurus, open app and click on
tab "information" and scroll down to where you see "64 bit CPU?" if
it says Yes! you do
have a 32/64 .
There is still a lot 32 apps out there you can't run on a 64 bit install.
That is why I went back to 32 bit apps on my 32/64 box.
The dual, triple core CPU's run 32/64 bits
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