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But I understand it may be useful for some users, so I made a module for it. It will essentially download a 20MB module file which will let you run Skype and many other 32bit applicaions in 64bit Slax. The true multiarch requires changes to gcc as I recall - all in all too much hassle. for telling them (and the RH boss) off about their UEFI boot crap. Till now I thought that wine module was not present at all until by chance I was browsing all modules and saw that wine is now present! 10 minutes, configurations included, to get everything working perfectly. You just had to copy it on a disk or partition and then boot on it.

This heated feedback resulted in an attempt to conduct a practical experiment.

I think that getting flu may be good for something. And besides all my pessimistic thoughts that I can't possibly survive this flu since it brings inexpressible pain and is so hugely devastating for my body, I had one more idea, more useful one. I'm not sure if that is due to Microsoft programmers being so stupid, or rather thanks to some undisclosed secret internal policies, but it's how it is.

For example you have to lie in bed all the time, since you do not have enough strength for anything else. Since Slax 64bit is a real 64bit system, it can run neither 32bit skype nor any other 32bit application. So I googled a bit and noticed that it is possible to include both 32bit and 64bit libraries in one system and make both 32bit and 64bit applications usable in 64bit Slax.

I prefer to ship the 64bit version of Slax just like it is, as a purely 64bit system. Task is to load Slax x86_64 on x86_64 capable clients, and Slax i? It seems Slax scans all subdirectories of bootable device)Hi Tomas, Is it possible to have a 'recently added' section in the modules?

I have no plans for including multiarch in Slax at all. name=PNphp BB2&file=viewtopic&t=1359 https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php? id=115610 https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/23089 I restarted Slax and no mount partitions :(Had the compat32 libs converted and inserted with Slax 7.0. Some time back I was searching for wine and did not get it. I just installed Slax on a USB Key and it took me approx.

This heated feedback resulted in an attempt to conduct a practical experiment.

I think that getting flu may be good for something. And besides all my pessimistic thoughts that I can't possibly survive this flu since it brings inexpressible pain and is so hugely devastating for my body, I had one more idea, more useful one. I'm not sure if that is due to Microsoft programmers being so stupid, or rather thanks to some undisclosed secret internal policies, but it's how it is.

For example you have to lie in bed all the time, since you do not have enough strength for anything else. Since Slax 64bit is a real 64bit system, it can run neither 32bit skype nor any other 32bit application. So I googled a bit and noticed that it is possible to include both 32bit and 64bit libraries in one system and make both 32bit and 64bit applications usable in 64bit Slax.

I prefer to ship the 64bit version of Slax just like it is, as a purely 64bit system. Task is to load Slax x86_64 on x86_64 capable clients, and Slax i? It seems Slax scans all subdirectories of bootable device)Hi Tomas, Is it possible to have a 'recently added' section in the modules?

I have no plans for including multiarch in Slax at all. name=PNphp BB2&file=viewtopic&t=1359 https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php? id=115610 https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/23089 I restarted Slax and no mount partitions :(Had the compat32 libs converted and inserted with Slax 7.0. Some time back I was searching for wine and did not get it. I just installed Slax on a USB Key and it took me approx.

But many Slackware Linux users prefer this approach, because dependencies often cause more problems than they solve.