Linux_dan
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Raspios-bullseye-i386.iso - is there a 64 bit version ?

Mon Feb 20, 2023 7:28 pm

I got 2022-07-01-raspios-bullseye-i386.iso running in VMware.

Just wondering if there is a 64 bit version.

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Re: Raspios-bullseye-i386.iso - is there a 64 bit version ?

Mon Feb 20, 2023 7:29 pm

Linux_dan wrote:
Mon Feb 20, 2023 7:28 pm
I got 2022-07-01-raspios-bullseye-i386.iso running in VMware.

Just wondering if there is a 64 bit version.
No.
Unless specified otherwise my response is based on the latest and fully updated RPi OS Bullseye w/ Desktop OS.

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Re: Raspios-bullseye-i386.iso - is there a 64 bit version ?

Mon Feb 20, 2023 10:06 pm

klricks wrote:
Mon Feb 20, 2023 7:29 pm
Linux_dan wrote:
Mon Feb 20, 2023 7:28 pm
I got 2022-07-01-raspios-bullseye-i386.iso running in VMware.

Just wondering if there is a 64 bit version.
No.
As 64-bit is now common for new Pi 4B based installations of Raspberry Pi OS, it seems time for a 64-bit desktop for x86 based computers.
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Re: Raspios-bullseye-i386.iso - is there a 64 bit version ?

Mon Mar 20, 2023 3:43 pm

It does say "System: 32-bit" on https://www.raspberrypi.com/software/ra ... i-desktop/, but does it not have a 64-bit kernel for 64-bit CPUs, just like 32-bit Raspberry Pi OS has a 64-bit kernel? Raspberry Pi OS 32-bit has had a 64-bit kernel for at long time. Since it is Debian maybe the 32-bit OS could be converted completely to 64-bit.
Have Pi0&1A&1B&1B+&2B&3B&4B w/ rasPiOS. Started w/ BASIC on ABC80&ZX81 then Forth, Z80… https://scratch.mit.edu/users/mobluse/ https://github.com/mobluse/ https://twitter.com/mobluse/ https://YouTube.com/MOBiL4u/

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Re: Raspios-bullseye-i386.iso - is there a 64 bit version ?

Mon Mar 20, 2023 7:36 pm

Why not just run 64-bit Debian?

OK, it looks different but fundamentally you can end up with the same O/S...

Is there something specific in the Pi build you need?

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Re: Raspios-bullseye-i386.iso - is there a 64 bit version ?

Mon Mar 20, 2023 7:43 pm

MiscBits wrote:
Mon Mar 20, 2023 7:36 pm
Why not just run 64-bit Debian?

OK, it looks different but fundamentally you can end up with the same O/S...

Is there something specific in the Pi build you need?
^^ Exactly. I'd rather have the RasPiOS dev team make the best damn OS for the Pi. Debian is already quite good on Intel boxes...
Pi tools:
Quickly and easily build customized exactly as-you-want SSDs/SD Cards: https://github.com/gitbls/sdm
Easily run and manage your network's DHCP/DNS servers on a Pi: https://github.com/gitbls/ndm
Easy and secure IPSEC/IKEV2 VPN installer/manager: https://github.com/gitbls/pistrong
Lightweight Virtual VNC Config: https://github.com/gitbls/RPiVNCHowTo

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Re: Raspios-bullseye-i386.iso - is there a 64 bit version ?

Tue Mar 21, 2023 2:12 pm

Does 2022-07-01-raspios-bullseye-i386.iso have a 64-bit kernel for 64-bit CPUs? just like 32-bit Raspberry Pi OS has a 64-bit kernel.

I would like the same look as on Raspberry Pi and the same programs from the distribution, except those that are not allowed: e.g. Mathematica and Wolfram. An alternative to a distribution could be script that transforms a regular Debian into the Raspberry Pi Desktop. Then the script might need to add a repo for the Raspberry Pi unique programs, but then someone need to provide 64-bit (x86-64) versions.
Have Pi0&1A&1B&1B+&2B&3B&4B w/ rasPiOS. Started w/ BASIC on ABC80&ZX81 then Forth, Z80… https://scratch.mit.edu/users/mobluse/ https://github.com/mobluse/ https://twitter.com/mobluse/ https://YouTube.com/MOBiL4u/

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