64 bit debian install

Samuel Thibault samuel.thibault at ens-lyon.org
Tue Oct 18 16:28:59 EDT 2011

John G. Heim, le Tue 18 Oct 2011 15:23:47 -0500, a écrit :
> >This doesn't talk about 64 vs 32 bit installation. You indeed have to
> >choose a graphical install, but whatever graphical install will work.
> Yes, I know it works but it does a 32 bit install.

If you choose the non-64 graphical install, sure. But if you choose the
64bit graphical install, it'll do a 64bit install.

> After you boot, you have to press the down arrow twice to get to the
> graphical install menu item. The first item on the menu is a 32 bit install.
> The second item is a 64 bit install. You have to cursor past both of those,
> right? You go to the graphical install,

Press down arrow yet twice more, and you'll get a 64bit graphical install

> press tab and enter the boot
> parameter for your speech synth. With me so far? I'm claiming that if you do
> that, its going to do a 32 bit install.  It would be easy enough to cursor
> down just once to specify that you want to do a 64 bit install. But then
> you're not going to get speech.

Just press once more to get to the 64bit graphical install.


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