On Thu, Jun 22, 2006 at 04:15:47PM -0700, pete wright <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> hmm, so there is no way to run the app's which are not 64bit clean in
> 32bit mode in your environment?
I did test one of them. It works, but I don't have time to
mess with all of them, and finding the 32-bit libraries and
putting them in the right place took me forever. I am afraid I am
not a great programmer...
However, I can quickly do a reinstall safely since I have a recent
backup and all my /data and /home file systems are on
separate disks I can just unplug. It comes down to a "how much time
do I have to spare issue" and in the end the machine has to be back
up today. I already have my own "instant-server" meta-port that
installs all my standard ports. It only takes a couple of hours
and I can do some other work while I wait.
> >> Also, if you are
> >> running a Unix like OS why use VNC? You can achive %90 of the same
> >> features (with less of a memory/cpu impact) by running X apps
> >> remotely.
> >What about the other 10%? We use VNC because it saves state
> >for those of my users who work from multiple locations, at home,
> >at work and some are even based overseas. They don't want to
> >restart up to 20 windows every time they logon. Remote access
> >in this form is essential for their productivity.
My users need up to 20 instances of a graphical analysis package
which has a text-based control window that spawns two graphical
windows. They run a window manager with 24 virtual desktops,
each running an instance of this program. As much as I love
screen (I use it constantly for sysadmin-type work and I have
mutt running constantly on one of my "screen"s), it doesn't quite
fulfill our needs for this task.
> I hope this is taken as friendly advice to save you work....
No drama! Friendly advice is always gratefully received. Especially
if it is aimed at saving me work! Unfortunately I think rolling
back the OS is the least work for me at this point in time.
Thanks again, I do appreciate the advice.
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