Adrian Knoth wrote:
Thank you Adrian :)
this is very kind, but at the moment I need to take a deep breath and
then I'll continue some other things I've got to do.
Soon I might change to 64 Studio on x86 architecture, because it's
always the same when using x86_64 architecture.
Btw. I guess I got a link to your patch:
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [animata-users] Compiling svn revision 49 failed on Ubuntu
Hardy Linux x86_64
Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2009 15:20:11 +0200
From: Ralf Mardorf
Hi [snip] :)
thank you very much, but I won't spend time because of this 32-bit vs
64-bit issue again and again. Has anybody tried to compile it for Suse
on 64-bit? 32-bit architecture LightScribe stuff that isn't fine for
Debian and Ubuntu on 64-bit, is fine for Suse on 64-bit. This is really
a PITA, I'm thinking of reinstalling my Linux on 32-bit architecture,
but I'm pissed that there seems to be the need to do that. I guess once
a quarter year I've got trouble because I installed my Linux on 64-bit,
but 32-bit. I kept Suse 64-bit and Windows 32-bit installations because
of this issue, instead of removing this installations.
The link you gave me is linking to http://www.gidforums.com/t-18824.html
and there somebody posted: "Actually, in my opinion, the best bet would
be to use a 32-bit Linux distribution rather than a 64-bit one"
I'm deeply impressed by Animata. Today I heard the first time of it on
the Linux audio dev list, btw. I'm not a developer for Linux, but simply
a user. This is what I've written to the Linux audio dev list: "I've got
a long todo list and actually no time to test Animata, but I'm very
curios to give it a chance. Maybe I'll upset plans ;)." And I did upset
plans, but I'm to short in time to expend effort all the time, because
the world still is on 32-bit architecture. This is the architecture of
Again, thank you very much. I guess I'll take a look on Animata using
Windows and soon change from 64 Studio Linux x86_64 back to x86.
A note to the Artists who made the "Reverse Shadow Theatre" and "Animata
Jazz Pub" on http://animata.kibu.hu/. This is very beautiful artwork, I
enjoyed watching it a lot.
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