Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 21st Jan 2006 19:18 UTC
PC-BSD The second release candidate of PC-BSD 1.0 has been released. From the announcement: "The latest cut of PC-BSD, version 1.0RC2 is now available! This update adds KDE 3.5 support, as well as some additional features/bugfixes. ISO's may now be downloaded from our main download page. Users currently running under PC-BSD 1.0RC1 can also download a self-installing system update, which upgrades the system to 1.0RC2. This file is available on our Updates page, as Patch #6."
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x64 support
by kmoore134 on Mon 23rd Jan 2006 17:32 UTC
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I hope to have an x64 version available sometime after 1.0-Release is out. However, there are still technical difficulties to overcome with it. It appears that despite the hype, it is next to impossible to run 32 bit binaries on an x64 system. Only the simplest "c" programs will run, anything that uses several dynamic libs do not seem to work. This may change in the future, but for now it means that the x64 version will have to use special x64 PBI's / binaries as well. I don't want to start supporting a seperate version like that, until the 32 bit version is all finished ;)

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