[PlanetCCRMA] Shouldn't You Be Able to Run 32-bit Programs(SuperCollider, Pd and ChuCK) Under 64-Bit Fedora With Multilib

Fernando Lopez-Lezcano nando at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Tue Mar 10 09:41:17 PDT 2009

On Tue, 2009-03-10 at 15:16 +0900, Sean Beeson wrote:
>         It might be possible to compile the programs that need 32 bit
>         systems
>         (older versions of pd currently in Planet CCRMA, chuck,
>         supercollider)
>         to run on 64 bit systems, I had never had time to look at what
>         is
>         involved. For now those packages are only built for 32 bit
>         versions of
>         the os.
> You seem to be a busy man, Fernand. :-) I see that it is better that
> you say that than to have someone come back and start posting in the
> subject line that it all doesn't work. 
> So, does this mean that, if I use the 64-bit package, I will not find
> those programs in the repository and therefore will not see them
> through yum? 

That is correct. Those programs are not part of the 64 bit repositories
right now. 

> With the information given by Steve in his earlier post this is not a
> big deal since it seems one needs to check out the source for a newer
> version anyway for PD to compile, but I am curious to know for an all
> around understanding of how you put it together.

-- Fernando

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