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[Discuss] Why are all my hard drives slow on Ubuntu? (new computer)

> From: Daniel Barrett [mailto:dbarrett at]
> On August 30, 2013, Edward Ned Harvey (blu) wrote:
> >You have 32G of ram on a 32bit OS [...] you'll be limited to 4G of ram.
> I'm running the PAE version of the kernel which supports larger amounts of
> RAM. Has worked fine on my other computers.

Don't see any advantage.  The more you stray off the beaten path the more you subject yourself to esoterica.  You would be better off using the official 64bit distribution.

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