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Set Name Platform Description
"i386" PC Intel and AMD Pentium-class & compatible
Binary discs for installing the Debian OS on 32-bit Intel
(386 to Pentium), Celeron, Centrino, 32-bit AMD Athlon,
Duron and Cyrix systems.
"amd64" 64-bit PC Intel and AMD 64-bit Processors
Binary discs for installing the Debian OS on systems based
on the 64-bit-enabled versions of AMD's (AMD64-capable)
and Intel's (EM64T-capable) processors.
Additional platform information



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