The class frysk.proc.MachineType uses frysk.sys.Uname or uname(2) which returns
information on the kernel.
When a 32-bit frysk is run on a 64-bit system, or when frysk is run under an
i386 on x86-64 returns x86-64
i386 on IA-64 returns IA-64?
this information returned isn't useful. What is instead needed is the ISA that
frysk was built for.
One way to obtain this is from frysk.<blah>.Build (should be moved to
frysk.Config), another is to compile it into a .cxx file and extract it from that.
fixed with 1.2 of frysk-core/frysk/proc/MachineType.java, plus changes elsewhere
to use task.getIsa() instead of MachineType.