Subject: Re: [q] eclipse/amd64
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Martijn van Buul <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/25/2006 20:19:13
It occurred to me that Noud deBrouwer wrote in gmane.os.netbsd.ports.x86-64:
><not being up to amd64 port>
> is ..
> [single 1GB DIMM]
Bad idea. AMD64's (Well, all the current ones, anyway) work best if they
can use dual channel - which means that you need *two identical* DIMMs.
You could throw in another 1GB DIMM, or you could go for 2x512.
> [single-core Athlon64 3500+, AM2 socket]
This CPU ...
> [Some EPOX Socket 939 board]
.. doesn't even *fit* on this board. Which is an outdated board, by the way.
> a good amd64 start to be quickly at eclipse//amd64 ??
WARNING: eclipse-3.0.1nb1 is not available for NetBSD-4.99.1-x86_64
AFAIK, there's not even a proper 64-bits JRE for Linux, let alone NetBSD.
No matter what hardware you're going to use, the answer will most likely
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