||On 06/10/2009 02:44 AM, Mark Knecht wrote:
||> Do others see value - getting 64-bit memory management, new CPU
||> flags, etc., but keeping the apps 32-bit for compatibility?
||Personally, no. I see more value in a true multilib Gentoo.
||Unfortunately, Gentoo's multilib is "fake". You can't build 32-bit libs
||and packages but have to download "emul" binary packages instead. It is
||by far better (IMO) being able to compile problematic packages as 32-bit
||instead of running a 32-bit userland in a 64-bit kernel.