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rfa8a0f2f rf8f349e 13 13 <para>The primary target architectures of LFS are the AMD/Intel x86 (32-bit) 14 14 and x86_64 (64-bit) CPUs. On the other hand, the instructions in this book are 15 also known to work, with some modifications, with the Power PC and ARM CPUs. To 16 build a system that utilizes one of these CPUs, the main prerequisite, in 17 addition to those on the next page, is an existing Linux system such as an 18 earlier LFS installation, Ubuntu, Red Hat/Fedora, SuSE, or other distribution 19 that targets the architecture that you have. Also note that a 32-bit 20 distribution can be installed and used as a host system on a 64-bit AMD/Intel 21 computer.</para> 15 also known to work, with some modifications, with the Power PC and ARM 16 CPUs.</para> 22 17 23 18 <para>For building LFS, the gain of building on a 64-bit system
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