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hey is there a 64bit version of linux im wanting to try a newer one out :] i used to have ubutu it was great and i had sandra and lindows and stuff but i want to try a 64 bit version will i see any diffrence ? and can an of these systems run my games ??
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well you can run x86_84 applications, and a 64-bit kernel, but idk which distros have 64-bit installers (that create lib32/lib64 for you) so you can have some 64bit binaries, and 32bit binaries emulated. i don't know the details too much, but i do know that gentoo has awesome 64bit support, and has matured a lot very quickly, now most all my apps are native 64bit (compiled from source). so for games, they still run under 32bit emulation.
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