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ia32e, er EM64T that is...



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What are the chances of getting an ia32e specific kernel in the x86_64 
version of Fedora Core 3?  We're starting to ship Nacona based systems, 
and we have always done Fedora Core pre-installs.  While the x86_64 
kernel of FC2 works now, I thought it was in some sort of 'compatible 
64bit' mode rather than ia32e or em64t specific mode.

I guess a better question: With kernel 2.6, is there any need to have a 
specific ia32e vs amd64 kernel?  Are all the differences worked out at 
runtime and thus a non-issue?  Thanks.

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