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Adler1,
Liked the first video on your site. Was a good one.
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Hmmm... now I'm not so sure they were 64-bit. Would the 32-bit packages work on the 64-bit version of an OS? Either way the repo I got it from was
Code:
deb http://ubuntu.beryl-project.org/ edgy main
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Hmmm... now I'm not so sure they were 64-bit. Would the 32-bit packages work on the 64-bit version of an OS? Either way the repo I got it from was
Code:
deb http://ubuntu.beryl-project.org/ edgy main
You'd need a 32 bit emulation layer I do believe and I've only heard of that being done on Gentoo. The_Remix is the only member here that has that.
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Hmmm... now I'm not so sure they were 64-bit. Would the 32-bit packages work on the 64-bit version of an OS? Either way the repo I got it from was...
rabidgnome229,

I know that repo, but from another Forum it has been recommended to go with a different one for 64-Bit. However, that repo seems not to around anymore.

That leads to the whole issue of a centralized 64-Bit Ubuntu repo. Which, of course, does not exist. Will the fun never end? LOL! Hey, I'm into Linux (Opensource) for the long-haul, and having a lot of fun with it.

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Liked the first video on your site. Was a good one.
dangerousHobo,

A couple of things here.

I had no idea who the founder of Ubuntu was, other than the name e.g. Mark Shuttleworth. Cool Dude! But let's not forget those before him, and their great work. They didn't have video back then.

Those 3-D Desktops are so cool! I gotta get me one!

Guys, thanks for those replies.
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