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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 ?
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
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)
download it and enjoy man
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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 .