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Just because you have a 64-bit processor doesn't mean you need a 64-bit tarball. The 32-bit does just fine. Or using the Knoppix-install, if you want you can get the ...
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    Just because you have a 64-bit processor doesn't mean you need a 64-bit tarball.
    The 32-bit does just fine.
    Or using the Knoppix-install, if you want you can get the 64-bit tarball if you choose.
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    Ok, well I am going to try that than when I get home.
    I never did it since the page says:
    Code:
    Note: Knoppix is only available for x86 users.
    And I run amd64 (next time I buy a PC its going to be a Intel 32bit, with a nVidia card and a Prism wifiCard. :P then it just works. Instantly.. )

    Well, I post tomorrow how it went.
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