On Saturday, May 17, 2014, 8:52:55 AM, Christian Zigotzky wrote:
> A-EON had sold a lot of new PA6T systems
), last year. And there are lot of PA6T
> systems to buy
> It would be a pity to remove ppc32 support because 64-bit packages won't
> work. The PA6T is not compatible (enough) to Power5 or newer which is
> the minimum requirement for 64-bit Fedora to work.
ppc64 is focussing on modern 64-bit architecture levels, and likely
wants to exploit the new instruction sets for best performance. That
is entirely reasonable.
1) Is the PA6T Linux kernel that you have 32-bit, or 64 bit?
It's 64-bit. For
example Ubuntu. We use a 32-bit userland with a 64-bit