Am 18.08.21 um 18:11 schrieb Derek Atkins:
> All my ARM boards (basically WandBoard) are, as far as I know, 32-bit-only.
> Losing 32-bit support would effectively mean I need to find a different
> distribution for all my devices that I have deployed.
> PS: If I am wrong and the wandboards can run Arm64, I am happy to be
> On Wed, August 18, 2021 12:03 pm, RENARD Pierre-Francois wrote:
>> Hello Miro,
>> I did not use 32-bit ARM version since many years :)
>> Do we have an idea on how many people are downloading 32-bit and 64-bit
>> ARM images ?
>> it is about time I guess, especially if it is a pain to maintain :)
>> On 8/18/21 10:27 AM, Miro Hrončok wrote:
>>> Hello, an interesting discussion is happening on the Fedora devel
>>> mailing list about possibly dropping 32-bit ARM (armv7hl) support:
>>> Before proceeding with the idea, I'd like to know what do the ARM people
>>> on this list think about it.
>>> Is it crazy, or is it about time?
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I'm using a few odroid hc1 with fedora 32-bit arm.
But I think I've to replace them in the future. Processor is fast enough
for me but 2GB RAM is the limit.
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