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Re: amd64 build of Lubuntu.
I had a chance two download the new 64-bit* Peppermint Two *image today and
I must say that it looks great! Seems to be using a little less battery
that One or Ice did. I'm going to replace the 64-bit Lubuntu build you gave
us with P2 on my Acer 3820 and keep 32-bit Lubuntu on my Acer 1810 until
11.10 is released.
I think both distros are going to be a huge hit.
On Wed, May 11, 2011 at 2:53 AM, Kendall Weaver <kendall@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I had some free time today so I went ahead and spun up an amd64 Lubuntu
> 11.04 build. The package list is identical to the i386 save one xorg package
> that isn't available in the 64 bit architecture. I just finished installing
> it on my test box and everything seems to be working identically to the i386
> as best as I can tell. The only things that are beyond my capacity to test
> are the usb-creator.exe and wubi.exe applications as I don't have a Windows
> system anywhere and I'm unfamiliar with what (if any) changes need to be
> made there. Currently the .exe files that are on the .iso are the same ones
> used in the amd64 Xubuntu build.
> I need to find a way to get this distributed amongst the Lubuntu testers
> and developers. I can stick this up on the Peppermint server probably
> tomorrow sometime or I can throw it in my Dropbox and share it with a couple
> of people (gotta be careful not to max out my available bandwidth though).
> When I figure out how to get this to you guys, it's my hope that you'll take
> it and make it available to everyone who's been wanting a 64 bit Lubuntu for
> all this time. I figured it would be a small thanks to you guys for putting
> together such an excellent distro. Currently I use Lubuntu as the base for
> Peppermint OS and for some of the Linux Mint editions I build.
> Just let me know how best to get this to you guys and I'll start uploading.
> If there are any "mission critical" changes that need to be made, I can
> probably step back in and take care of them if necessary. Again, just wanted
> to say thanks.
> Kendall Weaver
> CTO, Peppermint LLC
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