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Posted: Sat Nov 18, 2006 19:21
by Paul75
it is a very good news :)

a little question : the version is stable and the architecture is for i686 ? and also the programs in i686 ?

Thanks

Posted: Sun Nov 19, 2006 13:20
by Paul75
nobody ?

Posted: Sun Nov 19, 2006 17:47
by johnnyhay
We'll all find out when at the end of November.

Posted: Mon Nov 20, 2006 2:21
by cvill64
Paul75 wrote:it is a very good news :)

a little question : the version is stable and the architecture is for i686 ? and also the programs in i686 ?

Thanks
3.2 is based quite a bit off of the ~ archs in portage, but for us to release, it means its "stable" enough not to be breaking on us ;)

we've compiled the chost for i586 due to some problems with lower end computer with i686, we'll be looking into changing that

Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 13:29
by Paul75
Hello,
Be that this distribution is totally free?

And for the installation of the system and the softwares, it is necessary a lot of time ? (30 minutes, more)

Thank you

Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 14:06
by wesireal
What are i586-i686-i386?????? I have athlon 3200 64bit. Which of the 3 is it then?

Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 14:22
by evm

Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 15:08
by ajez
is free, anda the installation on my desktop taken me 35 min

Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 15:25
by lxnay
Paul75 wrote:Hello,
Be that this distribution is totally free?

And for the installation of the system and the softwares, it is necessary a lot of time ? (30 minutes, more)

Thank you
download it and enjoy man :)
and if you like it, just donate us something via PayPal.

Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 15:38
by Darksurf
What are i586-i686-i386?????? I have athlon 3200 64bit. Which of the 3 is it then?


They are architectures. Think of it this way every time theres a better processor it goes up. Like from P1 P2 P3 P4. the P4 is i686. The athlon 3200 64-bit is well 64-bit. meaning its not any of the three. it would be x86_64. the others can be thought of as the first number is the "level" of processor and the last two are the type (x86). Thats a way it can be thought of. I'm not very good at explaining things, but I'm trying. This is why I can't be a tutor :? .