o Calm down - no flame war intended.
I just don't see where the gain is with compiling your own source.
The file is named as o so presumabely the i386 means bootable windows xp cd iso that the software in the DVD is all for a 32bit architecture?
Thanks ziggy25 # 9 19th November 2007, 06:15 PM rbinski Offline Registered User Join Date: Jul 2006 Posts: 1,123 Sure there is, its "Fedora-8-x86_o" - its the same as "o except its compiled for x86_64.Ml x86 64 for my AMD64 and i386 for my old pentium.I was talking to about any other applications that i might want to download(From a different source) at a later date ziggy25 # 14 20th November 2007, 04:27 PM drunkahol Offline Registered User Join Date: Jun 2004 Location: Edinburgh Posts: 641 OK - fair call.Fedora Project Links, fedoraForum Search, using Fedora, general support for current versions.My system has 2GB of Ram.Posts: 4,851": Originally Posted by ziggy25 Yes indeed it is there.
If you want to try something new, by all means, go for the 64 bit DVD.
Other desktop environments, including KDE, Xfce, lxde, mate and Cinnamon, are available.
You'll probably want to set up mutlilib so you can install 32-bit apps and libs if needed by appending the package in question with i386 or x86_64 (e.g.
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