64-bit linux?

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    varunbhide New Member

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    is there any linux distro out there which is a 64-bit version and has been supplied by digit upto now? also, is it possible to make it dual boot ith win xp pro 32-bit?
     
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    There is Ubuntu .. get it for free from HERE

    Note:- you can order as many copies as you want. and its free and no shipping charges also.
     
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    i dont get this....why would ubuntu ship their cds for free without absolutely no cost....is this just another gimmick?
     
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    Instead of asking here I'd suggest you read Mark Shuttleworth's Interview with LFY this month or this webpage.
    http://www.tsf.org.za/
    This gives you an idea abt mark shuttleworth's aim and ambition.
     
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    if u search sometime before there was a big thread in which we talked about this and most of the guys who ordered have got the cds for free already.
    Me too
     
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    64 bit linux

    Why dont u try www.centos.org 's 64 bit release of CentOS Linux...

    It is based on Redhat linux and i am using it for 3 months...


    Try that
    Arun
     
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    Hai

    Fedora Core 4 supports both HT and 64 bit cpus
     
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    how is CentOS Linux?
     
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