Fedora Workstation & Server
Some months ago, I am not sure where I read about Linux Distributions for 32 bits, well Fedora was listed (but now no anymore). Well I got and installed Fedora Workstation 36 for an old PC Desktop of 32 bits with 3GB of RAM. The installation was successfully.
About Fedora Workstation 37 I did do realise that does not appear explicitly the 32 bits terms - if my memory does not fail me same case when I got the 36.
But for the 36 and 37 releases appears the x86_64 Live ISO term, for example currently at:
Even when the 32 bits term does not appear explicitly I am assuming that is supported due the apparition of the x86_64 Live ISO term - Am I correct? Therefore - It works for 32 and 64 bits
Even more, in the official documentation at:
does not appear explicitly neither the 32 nor 64 bits terms but appears just once the x86_64 term
- Does Fedora Workstation/Server 37 work on 32 bits too?
I am assuming that when I got Fedora 36 was indicated explicitly that 32 is supported but now was removed.
My sister has an old laptop of 32 bits with 2GB of RAM, again at:
Users of system equipped with the minimum memory of 2GB may want to consider Fedora Spins with less resource intense Desktop Environments
Something that perhaps I should did do for the old pc from the beginning. Therefore once arrived to:
Note at the Fedora Spins page in the bottom the 3 Learn more blue buttons targets to Page Not Found. Not sure where to report this bug. What is reflected to all the sub projects listed too. Their download pages.
For each Figure available can be opened a new tab page of the sub project itself and to download of course - it seems the best option is Xfce because is the most lightweight (correct me if I am wrong). In its download page it has the ISO Image for 64-bit PC message. But if you put the mouse’s cursor over the Download blue button, appears in the bottom the url’s target: an .iso file - but it contains twice the x86_64 term, for directory and file name.
- The apparition of the ISO Image for 64-bit PC message is for all the projects - except for Cinnamon
- The apparition of the x86_64 term (twice) is for all the projects
Therefore observe the difference between 64-bit PC and x86_64.
- Is Fedora Spin for 32/64 bits or only for 64 bits?
Thanks in advance for your support.