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Dave Higton <dave(a)davehigton.me.uk> wrote:
I have two Linux machines in the house, both of which run Ubuntu
32 bit. I don't believe either of them is 64 bit capable.
Correction - the one I'd prefer to use is 64 bit capable. However,
the Ubuntu VM manager requires a 64 bit host OS, so I would have to
reinstall Ubuntu anyway. This is not unduly difficult to do as I
have very few personal data on the machine, so there wouldn't be a
lot to do to be fully up and running as before.
Maybe I can dual boot 32 bit and 64 bit Ubuntu, which would appear
to be an alternative solution?
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