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My processor is 64-bit - does that mean I need the amd64 image?

I downloaded from http://www.ubuntu.com/download/server. I didn't know it was not for Intel system until I checked the file name this morning. The file name is ubuntu-12.04-server-amd64.iso, so it is for AMD system. The web site does not say anything about system architecture, why doesn't it?

Where could I download one for Intel system?

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AMD64 is AMD's name for its x86-64 instruction set extension. Intel uses this too. The amd64.iso is also sutable for 64bit x86 processors built by Intel.

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