[driverloader] driverloader on amd64
relf at unn.ac.ru
Thu Oct 21 13:30:46 EDT 2004
There is no much point to use 32-bit distribution on 64-bit architecture.
So I wonder if
1) driverloader can serve as 64-bit wrapper for 32-bit windows drivers running them under Linux 64-bit kernel (assuming IA32 support turned on)?
2) driverloader can run 64-bit windows drivers under Linux 64-bit kernel?
I understand that currently the answer to both questions is No.
But what is about future version?
Linuxant support (Jonathan) wrote:
> DriverLoader does not support 64-bit Linux kernels. However, you can use
> a 32-bit Linux distribution and even if you have a 64-bit CPU,
> DriverLoader should work fine with this setup.
> Technical specialist / Linuxant
> support at linuxant.com
> Max wrote:
>> I think about switching from my current Debian-i386 to Debian-amd64
>> I wonder if driverloader will work under Debian-amd64? In particular,
>> will 32-bit windows drivers work under 64-bit linux kernel?
>> driverloader mailing list
>> driverloader at lists.linuxant.com
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