amd64, x86_64, x86, K, G, Core etc. - What do they all mean?

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Re: amd64, x86_64, x86, K, G, Core etc. - What do they all m

Post by wolfden » Thu Jan 12, 2012 0:57

BlackNoxis wrote:Don't forget about Awesome(,) guys xD
awesome is being dropped since the person that started it is no longer with the project.


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Re: amd64, x86_64, x86, K, G, Core etc. - What do they all m

Post by ShadowCat8 » Wed Feb 22, 2012 1:25

Quick question: Is there going to be an official release of Sabayon_8_amd64_LXDE?

Just curious since I didn't see one on any of the nearby mirrors to me.

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Re: amd64, x86_64, x86, K, G, Core etc. - What do they all m

Post by wolfden » Wed Feb 22, 2012 8:26

wrong area to ask and already been asked

viewtopic.php?f=60&t=26444

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