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Linux 64-bit binaries

Post by Ape » Tue Jan 06, 2009 10:07 am

Linux is heavily moving towards 64-bit systems. All of the main
applications have been available and fully working with 64-bit systems for
a long time and now the users are starting to use 64-bit.

Since we have no Turbo Sliders sources available we can't build our 64-bit
binaries. So please give the sources or pre-build 64-bit binaries.
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Post by The Dude » Tue Jan 06, 2009 2:26 pm

I'd like that as well. Me and Hengari suggested that a long time before. Back then the answer was that Ande didn't have a 64-bit linux to compile it on and I am pretty sure that he is not going to release the source to us.
This is not a big issue for me though, because it is possible to run 32-bit binaries on 64-bit systems with some configurations.

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Post by Hengari » Tue Jan 13, 2009 8:28 pm

I have used TS in 64bit Linux and wrote something about it, http://sliderpoint.com/ts-in-linux#64bit. Just some emulation libraries and your fine.

And I would like to have TS binaries for OS X or the source but you can't always get what you want :)
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