October 8, 2004

Linux and the AMD64

Linux was created on the first 32-bit CPU in the x86 CPU family, the 80386. Since then, computing has evolved substantially, and while 32-bit computing remains adequate for many purposes, its days are nearing an end. Increasing demand for RAM will soon dictate a shift to 64-bit architectures.

Link: linux-mag.com


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