[lsb-discuss] archLSB naming
taggart at carmen.fc.hp.com
Mon Nov 17 17:51:20 PST 2003
I have a question about archLSB naming. Why do we call it "amd64" when
`uname -m` and config.guess return "x86_64"?
Most of the architectures are consistant, except for ia32 since it
returns things like "i686". Maybe it should be named "x86"?
Sorry if this was discussed and I missed it.
Matt Taggart Linux and Open Source Lab
taggart at fc.hp.com Hewlett-Packard
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