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10.6: How to boot into the 64-bit kernel
Authored by: jabba on Sep 16, '09 02:30:35AM

To find out your currently running kernel, you can open up and type in "uname -r" or "uname -a" without the quotes, if you are in 32-bit kernel, there will be something like i386 in the output. I haven't tried 64-bit mode, but it would likely say something like x86_64 or something similar instead.

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