LXer: 64 Studio 2.0: Linux for digital content
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 30, 2007
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64 Studio has released version 2.0 of the multimedia-focused GNU/Linux distribution built on Debian and available as both an install and a live CD version.
64 Studio vs Ubuntu Studio?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 8, 2009
Have anyone tried out 64 Studio? If so, how is it, compared to Ubuntu Studio?
[SOLVED] 64 bit Linux, 8 gig RAM, 32 bit wine
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 13, 2011
I read something about how a 32 bit OS isn't effective at utilizing more than 4 GIGS of memory. I don't really understand the issue very well. What if I install a 64 bit OS but then I install 32 bit wine because 32 bit wine has less problems. Will the Windows programs I run in wine utilize 8 gigs of memory? How can I check?
Oops, I meant to put this in the hardware forum. Sorry. I guess I'll report it instead of double posting.
compiling 32 bit application on 64 bit linux(x8664)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 13, 2007
i have a 64 bit linux machine.
Linux SVRDELLD30 2.6.9-42.ELsmp #1 SMP Tue Aug 15 10:35:26 BST 2006 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
here by default gcc creates 64 bit executable. but for some reason i want to create 32bit executable.
first i want to create 32 bit object files(.o files) and then i want to link those object files.
Please suggest me suitable gcc options.
Thanks and Regards,
problem with libs in 64 bit linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 4, 2007
I am trying to run a 32 bit game in 64 bit Ubuntu Linux. I have the 32 libs, however ldd shows that the program is trying to use a 64 bit lib instead of the 32 bit lib. I have the 32 bit lib installed. How do I get the game to use it instead?
New computer, can't properly install any 64 bit Linux operating system
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 31, 2013
I just got finished building my new computer and I can't get any 64 bit version of Linux to work. When I try to install 64 bit Ubuntu, my mouse does not work and the install fails when I just try to use the keyboard to install, an error with making the swap space occurs. I went ahead and tried to install the 32 bit version of Ubuntu, it installed without any problems. However, the 32 bit desktop is really slow, the command top is showing around 200% cpu usage. I also tried 64 bit Open Suse (12.2) and 64 bit Debian (7, wheezy). The exact same problem with the mouse occurs, it's just as though the mouse isn't plugged in. With lsusb in the live version of 64 bit Ubuntu, it doesn't show my mouse, though my keyboard works just fine and shows up.
It's not a hardware problem, my mouse works just fine in the bios and in Windows. I thought that maybe my install device was corrupt, so i reinstalled the 64 bit version onto a fresh cd, still the same result. Also, instead of the nice graphical int
[SOLVED] Installing 32 bit RPMs on 64 bit Linux conflicts with 64 bit packages
- date: August 18, 2011
I'm using a 64 bit Linux server (OEL 6.1):
~]# uname -r
I was trying to install Oracle Database on this server that I realized the installer requires some 32 bit libraries. For instance it was looking for libXp.so.6 which existed under /usr/lib64, but not /usr/lib.
Even when I changed the installation script to look into lib64 for the library, it failed with an error from Java that it needs 32 bit and instead has found 64 bit.
I downloaded a bunch of 32 bit RPM packages and when I tried to install them, I got the error that a newer version of those packages is installed, which is not the case. Cause all previously installed packages are 64 bit. I was wondering why it thinks that 64 bit packages are newer version of 32 bit packages. And is there a way to solve this?
~]# rpm -ivh libXp-1.0.0-8.i386.rpm xorg-x11-Mesa-libGL-6.8.2-31.i386.rpm xorg-x11-libs-6.8.2-31.i386.rpm expat-1.95.8-9.i386.rpm libXau-1.0.1
10.04 (64 bit) Linux kernel 2.6.3233 slower that 2.6.3234
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 17, 2011
I have Ubuntu 10.04 (64 bit) installed on my Sony Vaio VGN-NW275F laptop. I am dual booting with Windows 7 using GRUB as my boot loader. Originally, the GRUB bootup screen showed a choice of Windows 7 and Ubuntu 10.04 with Kernel 2.6.32-33.
In the last month the kernel got upgraded (exactly how, I am not sure) and so I have two choices of Ubuntu in GRUB; 2.6.32-33 and 2.6.32-34. The default is .32-34.
I have noticed that the bootup time is noticeably longer with the .32-34 kernel than with the original .32-33. Furthermore, the system runs slower. This is not exactly a problem, since I just choose to boot with the original .32-33. Has anyone else experienced this problem (or similar)? Any pointers as to what may be causing this? Do I risk system instability if I decide to uninstall the .32-34 kernel using Synaptic?
Should I choose 32 or 64 bit Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 5, 2009
--> Should I choose 32 or 64 bit Linux?
There are 32-bit and 64-bit versions available. I want to use Linux for a Desktop PC and for a Media Center PC, and I am an utter newbie to Linux. Is there any benefit in 64-bit for me, or will I run into problems because things work better on 32-bit?
Opera/9.64 (X11; Linux x8664; U; en) Presto/2.1.1
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 17, 2009
sometimes it works, mostly it does not, in OpenSUSE 11.1, it works.
In Ubuntu 9.04 64 Bit, with mplayer as plugin and ffmpeg, I get mostly a blank page. Looking everywhere for solution, after 3 days of Googling I am almost giving up.
Any solutions or ideas, would be appreciated. I did correct one error with Mplayer,
edit ~/.mplayer/config by adding this line:
prefer-ipv4 = yes
This eliminates "Couldn’t resolve name for AF_INET6" error message…
Note using Adobe Flash 64bit, that part works well.
Thanks in advance !
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