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Camulos#linux 29 Wrz, 2013 - 17:00
linux 64 bit?
hi anyone here on linux that is running 64 bit version of the game?
on my distro there is only the 32 bit binary of steam. so its running the 32bit version of ns2 even though i am on 64 bit.
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Vitdom 29 Wrz, 2013 - 18:00 
on Windows x64, can only run x86. Wouldn't surprise me if x86 was only available on linux.
Camulos#linux 30 Wrz, 2013 - 5:11 
what is x64? never heard of the architecturer before! do you mean x86 64 bits?
Vitdom 30 Wrz, 2013 - 6:22 
Huh? Maybe I do, everyone I've met has written 64-bit software with the x64 naming convention.
Camulos#linux 30 Wrz, 2013 - 6:34 
which is wrong. there is no such architecture as x64
Un!ted2o [GER] 30 Wrz, 2013 - 7:53 
what is x64? never heard of the architecturer before! do you mean x86 64 bits?

which is wrong. there is no such architecture as x64

Do you want to solve your problem or get any info according to your question?
Or do you just come here to troll other people calling things wrong with a Linux-elitist-smartass behavior?

Cant believe that you REALLY did not understand what he meant with x64...
Even when it was wrong your answer was just elitist- trolling.

And for your information:
For my knowledge there is no 64bit version of NS2 on any platform.
Ostatnio edytowany przez: Un!ted2o [GER]; 30 Wrz, 2013 - 7:53
Miran1337 30 Wrz, 2013 - 10:50 
You need to install a lib32 ore somthing. apt-get install lib32. Google it.
I have install all on my root server Debian. When i start the server it crash.
Camulos#linux 1 Paź, 2013 - 11:04 
i see the steam client supports 64 bit games even though the client is 32 bit.. so ns2 why no 64 bit client?
[#OMEGA] - K2 1 Paź, 2013 - 22:18 
what is x64? never heard of the architecturer before! do you mean x86 64 bits?

When people are talking
-> amd64 == 64 bit == x86-64 == x64

And don't try to be a smartass, there are other 32 bit and 64 bit architectures too, so your original question is wrong (ambigious) too.

ChrisPlaysLinux:
hi anyone here on linux that is running 64 bit version of the game?
on my distro there is only the 32 bit binary of steam. so its running the 32bit version of ns2 even though i am on 64 bit.

No 64 bit version available.
Camulos#linux 2 Paź, 2013 - 8:53 
what is x64? never heard of the architecturer before! do you mean x86 64 bits?

When people are talking
-> amd64 == 64 bit == x86-64 == x64

And don't try to be a smartass, there are other 32 bit and 64 bit architectures too, so your original question is wrong (ambigious) too.

ChrisPlaysLinux:
hi anyone here on linux that is running 64 bit version of the game?
on my distro there is only the 32 bit binary of steam. so its running the 32bit version of ns2 even though i am on 64 bit.

No 64 bit version available.

actually on intel its called emt64 not amd64.
JKflipflop 6 Paź, 2013 - 10:34 

When people are talking
-> amd64 == 64 bit == x86-64 == x64

And don't try to be a smartass, there are other 32 bit and 64 bit architectures too, so your original question is wrong (ambigious) too.



No 64 bit version available.

actually on intel its called emt64 not amd64.

Someone as completely clueless as yourself should be reading and learning, not trying to "correct" other people that harbor knowledge far superior to your own on the subject.
Camulos#linux 6 Paź, 2013 - 10:40 
does this help you JKflipflop? wikipedia.org/wiki/EM64T. Read and learn.
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worzel910 6 Paź, 2013 - 13:55 
The steam client don't have to be x86_64 bit in order to run x86_64 bit game.
Example :

I have ut2004 in my library which runs as x86_64 bit and the steam overlay works fine.

There separate processes.

With regards the "x64 " misunderstanding, Blame windows lingo.
Seem to remember "x64" denoting sparc proc's though way back in the day which is why it's writen x86_64. But not sure on that, My memory ain't what it used to be. ;)

Pete.
Ostatnio edytowany przez: worzel910; 6 Paź, 2013 - 13:56
Camulos#linux 6 Paź, 2013 - 15:57 
yeah steam can run 64 bit apps since recently even if steam itself is 32 bit. I am wondering why ns2 doesnt have a 64 bit client as it would run faster..
Nrezinorn 6 Paź, 2013 - 18:39 
Don't mean to de-rail the thread here: why do you think a 64-bit version would be "faster" ?
JKflipflop 6 Paź, 2013 - 21:02 
Don't mean to de-rail the thread here: why do you think a 64-bit version would be "faster" ?

Most likely he thinks bigger numbers are better LOL.
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