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How to port a 32-bit appl to a 64 bit.
What all points should be considered before beginning porting.
Does Linux provide any compile options for producing 64-bit executable.
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check this guide.
cedar.intel.com/software/idap/ media/pdf/LinuxQSG_Rev1.pdf
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