Linux .deb, no more 32 bit?

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Linux .deb, no more 32 bit?

Postby ProDigit » Sat Dec 29, 2018 7:10 am

No more Linux 32 bit client as deb package?
From the name I can guess the RPM package still is 32 bit compatible, and the Windows package still is 32 bit compatible.

But linux is limited to 64 bit?


Also, second question,
Is the desktop client able to connect, without Chrome?
In the past, I needed Chrome to pre-load the client with WUs.
Once WUs were running, the desktop client was running fine.
But I could not get it to connect without Chrome, on that first run.
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Re: Linux .deb, no more 32 bit?

Postby bruce » Sun Dec 30, 2018 12:04 am

Yes, Linux is 64-bit only. FAH still has a limited number of proteins that can fold with 32-bit Windows.
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