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May
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
4
comment 32 and 64 bit on one live USB stick
Alvar, yes that was confusing. I have tried to clarify.
Nov
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revised 32 and 64 bit on one live USB stick
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Nov
1
comment 32 and 64 bit on one live USB stick
It's too bad the whole site is in French, but Google translate seems to do ok with it.
Nov
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accepted 32 and 64 bit on one live USB stick
Nov
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comment 32 and 64 bit on one live USB stick
I use this stick to boot up a Linux environment on various computers at my work (with permission). Some will not boot the 64 bit version to spite a sticker that says "Intel Core 2 Duo." Others have enough ram that the 64-bit version is needed to take full advantage. I only want to carry one stick.
Oct
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asked 32 and 64 bit on one live USB stick
May
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comment Checklist for upgrading a very out of date install
Andy, Short answer, no. The LiveCD boot exposed too many graphics/ usability problems. I'm considering a move to 10.04 instead.
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May
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accepted Checklist for upgrading a very out of date install
May
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comment Checklist for upgrading a very out of date install
@boehj, One of the steps will probably be to burn a CD and take 11.04 for a test-drive.
May
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revised Checklist for upgrading a very out of date install
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asked Checklist for upgrading a very out of date install
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