Running Pure 64-Bits On FreeBSD.
How would one go about running a pure 64 bit system on FreeBSD? None of
the ports I'm using depends on (any) x32 libraries. I notice during buildworld that x32 code is being compiled.
Btw, what kind of (optimisations) are you guys dropping
in /etc/make.conf? I've got.
CFLAGS= -O2 -pipe
Is using -O3 out of the question when compiling ports and world?
You're probably thinking that I should leave well enough alone, nah, I like to see what I can get by with without breaking something.
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