Re: F12 32-bit Repos & F12 64-bit Repos: Equal Amount of Apps?

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On Wed, Dec 02, 2009 at 22:11:26 -0600,
  Chris <racerx@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Greetings,
> I am currently back to using Fedora (and very happy I might add) and
> running 12/32.  Would it be a safe statement to say that a large
> portion (better then 80%) of the apps in the 12/32 repos will also be
> available in the 12/64 repos?
> Of course, I would sacrifice the ability to use my 64 bit system to
> ensure I have all the apps that I currently use under 32 bit.

wine is 32 bit. (Though that is changing.) But you can still install it

If you use proprietary browser plugins or do development where you build
32 bit apps or libraries, you will need the 32 bit versions of some things
installed in addition to the 64 bit versions.

You should be able to get pretty much anything that works on a 32 bit
x86 system to work on a 64 bit x86 system.

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