I am certain it is correct. I even ran the live CD on a Pentium M, says system not 64-bit. So I am sure I got the right ISO.
I don't think LG releases any information about what motherboard is used in their system. and I am certain that if I ask them why can't my OS see all 4GB they will say either:
1) 32-bit operating systems can only use up to 3GB
2) We do not support any operating systems other than what was preinstalled on your machine.
I am really certain that I am using a 64-bit kernel. Firefox says it is using a 64-bit build. Songbird is using a 64-bit extension.
I ran some commands, got this:
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jon@LG-laptop ~ $ free -m
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 3292 1129 2163 0 28 554
-/+ buffers/cache: 546 2746
Swap: 9648 0 9648
jon@LG-laptop ~ $ uname -r
jon@LG-laptop ~ $
I find it a little odd that I cannot find a reference to "64-bit" or "x86-64" anywhere, like in System Monitor.