[Slackbuilds-users] Reworked Python3 SlackBuild

King Beowulf kingbeowulf at gmail.com
Thu Jun 3 14:36:25 UTC 2010

Flip it around: run x86_64 host and x86 guest. I do this on an AMD64
3000+ a (1.8GHz, 1GB RAM, no virtualization extensions) and although
win7 is a bit sluggish (needs way more ram), Slack32 is sprightly even
with Xfce when compared to my P3-900MHz laptops - enough speed in cli
to compile stuff. Speed is all perception though if you are used to
newer h/w.

On 6/3/10, Audrius Kažukauskas <audrius at neutrino.lt> wrote:
> On Thu, 2010-06-03 at 09:12:30 +0300, Ozan Türkyılmaz wrote:
>> you should able to run virtual machines. virtualisation instructions
>> speed up the
>> virtual system. i run a virtual machine on my old laptop which is
>> older than amd64.
> I had an impression that to run, say, VirtualBox with 64 bit guest on my
> 32 bit host I need to have x86_64 CPU with hardware virtualization
> support (in my case Intel VT-x), and mine doesn't have it (lower end
> model).  Sure, I can run qemu instead (full emulation), but wouldn't
> that be too slow (especially for compiling software)?
>> but it's good to do tests by several people. i'll test it and let you know
> Thanks.
> --
> Audrius Kažukauskas

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