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Posted: Apr 13, 2011 7:05:33 am
na5m
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Is the 64-bit version multi-lib? Or is it "pure" 64-bit?
Thanks!!
Posted: Apr 13, 2011 10:04:55 am
Cereal-Killer
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by default, CtkArch (like Arch) isn't multi-lib (ie no lib32 installed); see here for more info.
Posted: Apr 13, 2011 8:39:30 pm
Calimero
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No lib32 installed because it's not needed, but I've added [multilib] to pacman.conf in the x64 version.
So, everything is ready to install 32-bit apps from multilib if you want to.

Just, the included apps are all 64-bit.
Most of the time, having to use 32-bit means some closed-source 32b binary somewhere… and ctkarch only includes clean and light software that builds on native 64-bit. ;)
Posted: Apr 14, 2011 7:06:10 am
Cereal-Killer
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@ Calimero: you've added [multilib] in 0.7? my only 64bits machine is my laptop (0.6 upgraded to 0.7 by copying config files in /home from my desktop PC).

@ Na5m: what 32bits software do you want to use?
Posted: Apr 14, 2011 8:03:20 am
na5m
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Awesome! Thanks for the quick replies. I hate multi-lib :-)

EDIT:  Cereal, I don't want to use 32 bit at all. I want pure 64 bit :)
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