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Difference between the i386 download and the amd64?
Is the 64-Bit version of Ubuntu only compatible with AMD CPUs?

I have an Intel CPU but wubi wants to download wubi-amd64.tar.xz. Is the correct download?

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marked as duplicate by Ringtail, Jorge Castro, hhlp, fossfreedom Nov 26 '12 at 13:19

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The name of package mentioned here (AMD64) refers to 64 bit version which can be installed in Intel architecture.

Here is what wikipedia says:

Prior to launch, “x86-64” and “x86_64” were used to refer to the
instruction set. Upon release, AMD named it AMD64.[3] Intel initially
used the names IA-32e and EM64T before finally settling on Intel 64
for their implementation. Some in the industry, including
Apple[4][5][6], use x86-64 and x86_64, while others, notably Sun
Microsystems[7] (now Oracle Corporation) and Microsoft,[8] use x64
while the BSD family of OSs and the Debian[9] Linux distribution use

Refer this link to know more about the AMD64

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I think that's the only 64 bit downlload, regardless of your processor type. In fact, I'm using the zmd64 version, even though my computer has an Intel CPU.

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