On 17/04/12 16:17 -0700, Steve Langasek wrote: >Additionally, as mentioned in this thread, the message presented to users >when they try to boot a 64-bit image on a 32-bit machine is jargon-y >("kernel"; "x86_64"). A bug has been filed about this and should be fixed >soon, but I don't think it makes sense for us to commit to 64-bit by default >in the current state.
Maybe there could be a message on 32Bit Ubuntu ınforming the user about the 64 Bit option, if it finds a suitable system with enough RAM.
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