Quoting Doug White <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
On Tue, 29 Jun 2004, Kenneth Culver wrote:
It runs OK, with some minor nits compared to x86 version. I'm not sure
laptop maker is talking about... but if you boot the x86 version of FreeBSD,
it'll work. I think they meant you can't switch from amd64 to x86 after
booting an OS.
Me either. -current actually supports running i386 binaries in amd64 mode.
Thats one of the processor's features. :-)
You can't run amd64 binaries when booted into an i386 OS, of course.
Yeah you can run x86 but you cant' go into regular 32 bit mode that's all.
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