Is there a 256-bit version of Linux..experimental or related?
Ok boys and girls, I asked this question over 1 year ago, and never got an...
Ok boys and girls, I asked this question over 1 year ago, and never got an answer.
So I went out and located one.
"Microsoft is NOT developing a 256-bit operating system"
(ahem..even though they may have one in-house at this time).
Security issues around "complexity" and complexifying current software..causes multiple errors, bugs, and vulnerabilities.
So what was my answer?
You already have a 256-bit processor (and related software in your desktops and laptops)..they are called "GPGPU's".
YES most General Purpose Graphics Processing Units..these days have at least 256-bit wide internal busses and integer addresses. Some have 512 bit...NVIDIA and AMD/ATI are experimenting with 1024, 2048 and 4096 bit internals.
Here are some websites with further info...and "Why we don't have 256-bit linux" (at least REAL 256-bit Linux..)not 32-bit linux on 256-bit capable processing chips:
WW/specialsystems email me at firstname.lastname@example.org