Re: Can I have a 64-bit kernel with 32-bit userland ?

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On 07/24/2009 08:35 AM, Steve Berg wrote:
On 07/24/2009 12:53 AM, Roberto Ragusa wrote:
john wendel wrote:
Anyone have a simple recipe for building a Fedora system with a 64-bit
kernel and only 32-bit applications?
I tried it, using the kernel from my F10 64-bit system on a F11 32-bit
box. No luck. I suspect that the initial ramdisk was the problem.
Ok, I haven't tried this but I think my first attempt would be to install
a 64-bit system with a bare minimum of packages.  Then install all the
userland applications from the 32-bit repos.
Sounds sensible to me. I'll try it this weekend.

Thanks,

John

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