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Old 11-12-2008, 05:39 AM
"Doug A. HASLETT-Digital Video"
 
Default Confused about 64-bit iso; If not a server, then Download a recent Fedora

Chris Henderson, Which CPU do you have; an Intel Core 2 Duo or an AMD x2 ?
Either one will run x86-64.
If you have a different CPU, may need another version (or stay 32 bit OS!)
Am assuming; 1 U R new to GNU/Linux OS; and 2 possibly migrating away from M$ Windoz, 3 not really in need of Server software, 4 ended up in Redhat lists BY FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS!
Would recommend using recent Fedora OS (#9). 10 is still in testing but will be released very shortly/later in 2008. Choice depends on age of your equipment, maybe better to use Fedora 8.Good luck D8D
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