Interesting. I thought maybe it might be a boot issue (I could only hope).
In a previous thread (I was trying to fix an F14 problem at the time) I raised this same question (about moving to 64-bit) and the response I got was that I only needed to download the kernel. His sense was that the 64-bit kernel would play with the 32-bit tools and applications. Apparently not true. Bummer!
So, since F15 is out, is there a way I can upgrade to Fedora 64-bit and not lose any (or much) of my existing system and environment (as I would expect with a 32-bit upgrade)? Or, are we talking a "flatten the drive and start from scratch" scenario.
Thanks and cheers...Steph
Originally Posted by bodhi.zazen
To convert from 32 bit to 64 bit you have to do a fresh 64 bit install, you can not simply install the kernel.