Rahul Sundaram <[email protected]> wrote:
Yes, it's a problem in this case. I would like to confirm that specific
functionality works with the Fedora 64-bit kernel. As an example, my
laptop has a Broadcom 4306 wireless NIC that currently only works with
ndiswrapper when running with a 64-bit kernel. It seems like 64-bit is
the poor step-child when it comes to things like wireless support,
memory card readers, etc. Anything that doesn't work 64-bit but works
under 32-bit tends to get a response of, "Just run 32-bit."
David G. Miller wrote:
> Rahul Sundaram <[email protected]> wrote:
> IMHO, the whole idea of going through the effort to create a live image
> is so that people can try it without doing a full install.
>> David G. Miller wrote:
>>> > I'll change my comment somewhat since going over what will fit on a
>>> CD > seems to be intentional. This is still silly if not downright
>>> wrong. > There are a lot more systems "out there" that only have a
>>> CD drive and > no DVD drive.
>> Those systems can't use just x86 images or handle a network
>> installation either?
Yes. So use the x86 Live CD. Is that a problem?
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