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Is there a way to determine which packages in packages/amd64 are 32 bit applications and which are 64 bit?
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All packages for amd64, aarch64, sparc64 and mips64(el) are 64-bit.
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For clarity, there is no compatibility between OpenBSD/i386 and OpenBSD/amd64 -- outside of the MBR bootloader, which is a unique, special case.

To use OpenBSD/amd64 packages, you must be running OpenBSD/amd64.

To use OpenBSD/i386 packages, you must be running OpenBSD/i386.
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