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On 03/17/2010 14:10, Arthur Koziol wrote:
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Brodey,<br>
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I didn't reply to this but I think it is pretty common understanding
that any x86 to x64 "upgrades" will, by nature of platform difference,
fail and splendidly at that.<br>
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Arthur<br>
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Yea, I haven't done anything to support x86 -&gt; x64 upgrades, and the
other way around. If you want to do that I would go the clean route :)<br>
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Kris Moore
PC-BSD Software
iXSystems</pre>
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