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64 bit bugs.
#1
Hi, I'm using linux to run pcsx2 (compiled from source) on a 64 bit machine. It seems to work after I fixed this bug: http://code.google.com/p/pcsx2/issues/detail?id=225

However I tried playing 'Red Star', and it gets through the menus bit freezes in the main game intro sequence. The compatibility chart says it is 'playable'. Is that wrong or will I have more luck with a 32 bit build? If so how do I compile it in 32 bit mode?

Thanks.
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#2
It's windows compability list.Does not trust it. Test you build on something widesperead before, Final Fantasy, Persona, Disgea, Dark Cloud etc.
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#3
Ok, I've now given up on linux. The 64-bit build doesn't work for this game, and it is a massive pain to compile in 32 bit mode. Going to install windows on a spare partition.
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#4
Try to setup a 32bit chroot, it's not difficult.
And, the emulator works better in Windows, of course, but we should give Linux a try
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#5
Why don't you want to get linux 0.9.6 binary from main cite? it's already compiled.
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#6
(05-17-2009, 08:46 PM)Timmmm Wrote: Ok, I've now given up on linux. The 64-bit build doesn't work for this game, and it is a massive pain to compile in 32 bit mode. Going to install windows on a spare partition.

As far as I know there is no 64 bit version of the emulator...
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#7
You could run 32-bit apps on 64-bit system, of course, if you have all dependant libaries in 32-bit variant. You don't need specific 64-bit executable.
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#8
I think that's what he was trying to do though. At least that's what it sounds like, but I could be reading things wrong.
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#9
No, he trying to cross-compile, which is harder job.
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