On Thu, Jan 5, 2017 at 10:50 AM Daniel J Walsh <dwalsh(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Well we will be retired at that point, and playing shuffle board.
Well, I'm retired *now* and I'm still a Fedora end-user. ;-)
But seriously ... aren't there plenty of distros that support older 32-bit
hardware ... enough so that Fedora can draw a line in the sand and say,
Fedora 27 will be ARM and 64-bit x86 only? Let Debian support all the other
stuff and run it in a Debian container?
And speaking of Wine, how come the Windows 10 Linux subsystem only runs
Ubuntu? Why can't I run a Fedora Linux subsystem on my Windows machine?
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