yarkot1 at gmail.com
Sat Jun 13 15:49:58 MDT 2009
FYI - from the sidelines, I recently got a new motherboard, and was
compelled to install Fedora-11.x86_64 (the only thing that seems to run
stably on this...)
WingIDE / web2py devel being central to my activities, I'm happy to report
all installed / runs fine based on initial web2py debug session.
I don't know if 32 compatibility mode is what I have, but I didn't have to
konw / worry about it.
FYI: Asus M3N78 (1003 bios) + AMD Phenom x4 9500;
On Sat, Jun 13, 2009 at 12:48 AM, Brendan Miller <catphive at catphive.net>wrote:
> Could you put this in a faq or on your install page prominently? Every
> time I go to install wing, I forget about this and need to search for
> it in my email.
> On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 10:21 AM, Wingware Support<support at wingware.com>
> > Tim Cook wrote:
> >> Is there a time line for Ubuntu (Debian) packages for x86_64 hardware?
> > On 64-bit Debian systems, you can install from the Debian package but
> > need to first install the ia32-libs 32 bit compatibility libraries and
> > then install Wing with the command
> > dpkg -i --force-architecture wingide3.1-3.1.7-1.i386.deb
> > The package contains what you need to run your debug process with 64-bit
> > Python but Wing itself runs as a 32-bit application.
> > I'm not sure when we'll create x64 specific .deb files, but it's
> > we are trying to do relatively soon.
> > Thanks,
> > --
> > Stephan Deibel
> > Wingware | Python IDE
> > Advancing Software Development
> > www.wingware.com
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