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Attn: Fedora 64-bit users
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As you may or may not know, Fedora is pretty unique in the way that it runs 64-bit & 32-bit libraries side-by-side so you don't need a separate chroot for 32-bit stuff. So as long as you install the .i586 versions of the required libraries, you can build/run pcsx2 no problems on a 64-bit install.

I've finally got it working but what took me the longest to figure out was that you need the following package or you get a segfault when trying to launch a game (this assuming you're using an Nvidia card using the closed-source driver):

xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs.i586

I now have pcsx2 running with pretty much no problems, (nice speed too). Hope this helps someone else!
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How did you install that. Can you please give one by one instruction as i am very new to linux. Some problemis with my ATI HD3200 card to. could'nt find out how get it working in fedora 10 64 bit. Please help

(07-15-2009, 11:24 AM)eddd Wrote: As you may or may not know, Fedora is pretty unique in the way that it runs 64-bit & 32-bit libraries side-by-side so you don't need a separate chroot for 32-bit stuff. So as long as you install the .i586 versions of the required libraries, you can build/run pcsx2 no problems on a 64-bit install.

I've finally got it working but what took me the longest to figure out was that you need the following package or you get a segfault when trying to launch a game (this assuming you're using an Nvidia card using the closed-source driver):

xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs.i586

I now have pcsx2 running with pretty much no problems, (nice speed too). Hope this helps someone else!
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