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  • jaypatelani
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    Originally posted by varikonniemi View Post
    Every distro should make one last 32bit LTS release and then just drop it. In 6 years or so when it becomes EOL there is certainly no need to still use such processors in production. And hobbyist projects can then support them as long as the kernel supports it.
    Don't worry NetBSD has their back : https://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/i386/

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  • varikonniemi
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    Every distro should make one last 32bit LTS release and then just drop it. In 6 years or so when it becomes EOL there is certainly no need to still use such processors in production. And hobbyist projects can then support them as long as the kernel supports it.

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  • phoronix
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    FreeBSD Continues Push Toward Deprecating 32-bit Platforms

    Phoronix: FreeBSD Continues Push Toward Deprecating 32-bit Platforms

    As noted in prior Phoronix articles for months, FreeBSD 14 is likely to be the last for supporting prominent 32-bit systems. On the FreeBSD mailing list more details on the FreeBSD 32-bit deprecation process was posted this week...

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