Linked by Hadrien Grasland on Wed 4th Apr 2012 06:45 UTC
Fedora Core "The ARM architecture is growing in popularity and is expected to expand its reach beyond the mobile and 'small embedded' device space that it currently occupies. Over the next few years, we are likely to see ARM servers and, potentially, desktops. Fedora has had at least some ARM support for the last few years, but always as a secondary architecture, which meant that the support lagged that of the two primary architectures (32 and 64-bit x86) of the distribution. Recently, though, there has been discussion of 'elevating' ARM to a primary architecture, but, so far, there is lots of resistance to a move like that."
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RE: Comment by EvaTheDog
by theuserbl on Wed 4th Apr 2012 08:13 UTC in reply to "Comment by EvaTheDog"
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Do you have read the article?
They don't plan, to make ARM the primary architecture. They plan, to make ARM one primary architecture. beside x86 and x86_64.

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RE[2]: Comment by EvaTheDog
by dylansmrjones on Wed 4th Apr 2012 11:11 in reply to "RE: Comment by EvaTheDog"
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Technically speaking it is "a" (inclusive) primary architecture, not "one" (the latter being exclusive) :p

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