[CentOS] Silly question x64 vs i386
jakems at hotmail.co.uk
Wed Dec 16 23:51:43 UTC 2009
On 16/12/09 23:37, Marko Vojinovic wrote:
> On Wednesday 16 December 2009 21:52:05 Jake Shipton wrote:
>> On 16/12/09 19:53, Scot P. Floess wrote:
>>> I have one box on my home network that is x86_64 capable...
>> Personally, if you had asked this 3 years ago, I'd have said "Go i686"
>> due to compatibility.
>> But now-a-days with up-to-date distributions there isn't many packages
>> that aren't for x86_64.
>> Heck even flash finally got a x86_64 Linux version now :-D (Took them
>> long enough though!)
>> Any machine I have that can run in x86_64, I normally install a x86_64
>> OS, and recently,
>> I haven't found anything I need that is only i686.
> Best, :-)
I knew someone would find something that isn't 64-bit, in fact, I was
waiting for it. :-p
But, after a quick Google search, it's possible to run Skype on x86_64.
;) just install the i686 libs,
job done (apparently) :-)
Same way as any OpenSim/Secondlife viewer is installed :-)
Not the most ideal way to run programs on 64, but it works :-)
Though I personally don't "need" or "use" Skype ;-)
*waits for someone else to go list a bunch of anti-64 packages*
PS: Seemingly, Your "Reply-To" makes my email client want to reply to
you only (Which I put back to CentOS instead) may cause others to also.
Just letting you know :-)
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