On Tue, 27 Jan 2009 13:51:32 +0000
Andy Whitcroft <email@example.com> wrote:
> Therefore I am proposing we create a new i386 only flavour generic64g
> which is identicle to the generic flavour except that it enables PAE
> and options that that requires.
> Following this email is a patch implementing this for Jaunty.
I don't think people will understand what generic64g means (think of
linux-generic, linux-server and linux-generic64g; what's 64g?). Sure,
they could read release notes or some how to, but naming it, for
example, generic-bigmem would be self explanatory (maybe even just
bigmem). Even linux-generic-pae would make more sense, since these days
even lots of Windows users do know that 'PAE makes all memory
 at first, I didn't make the connection between generic64g and 64GB
limit. I don't think it's wise to put limitations in the name of the
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