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Old Jul 22, 2011, 01:53 PM   #1
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Does the new Air run a 64-bit kernel?

Hi folks,

The previous generation MacBook Air would refuse to boot the 64-bit kernel under Snow Leopard. Just wondering if someone could run uname -a in the terminal and find out if the newest generation boots into the 64 bit kernel? If it does then the end of the resulting text will be x86_64, otherwise it will be i386

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Yes, Lion defaults to a 64-bit kernel on all Macs.
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