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Re: thank you for the updated compat_linux, rpm2pkg,emulators/suse113*, etc.


I am checking new wiki from time to time- I don't see to much changes

On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 1:49 PM, Pouya D. Tafti 
<> wrote:
> On 11 December 2010 15:31, Pouya D. Tafti <> 
> wrote:
>> On 10 December 2010 16:22, Piotr Adamus <> 
>> wrote:
>>> Ok so let's summrize OpenSuse 113 support under the current.
>>> Works:
>>> -MATLAB 7.11
>>> -Opera 11
>>> -Flash Square amd64 (required libflashsupport  for amd64) or 
>>> i386
>>> Not tested:
>>> -Java linux binary (thank you Pouya)
>>> -Skype :)
>> Well, having looked at the Makefile, I don't expect lang/sun-jdk6 will
>> work on amd64 with 64-bit linux compat libs.  It wants to install the
>> 32-bit binary.  I'll try to hack it later to use the x86_64 version.
>> As for skype, I didn't find a 64-bit version yet.
> I'm happy to report that Mathematica 8.0 works too (not quite out of
> the box though; I had to apply some dirty hacks to installation and
> execution scripts).
> I haven't had a chance to modify lang/sun-jdk6 yet, in order to have
> it install 64-bit binaries instead of i586 ones; but I don't expect
> any major difficulty there, since both MATLAB and Mathematica come
> pre-packaged with functional 64-bit Linux Java binaries.
> It might not be bad to start documenting installation instructions for
> Linux apps in a wiki or something at some point.  Would the new wiki
> be appropriate for this purpose?
> Pouya

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