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How to install 32bit libraries in Fatdog64 ??
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OldChap

Joined: 05 Mar 2014
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PostPosted: Sat 09 Aug 2014, 13:05    Post subject:  How to install 32bit libraries in Fatdog64 ??  

Decided to give this another go.

I seem to need some missing files to run BOINC.

I need to know how to get and install 32bit libs as this is so different to using Mint.

Would one of you fine folks give me some clues or links to a how to please
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rcrsn51


Joined: 05 Sep 2006
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Location: Stratford, Ontario

PostPosted: Sat 09 Aug 2014, 13:15    Post subject:  

You would be better off posting in one of the Fatdog threads under Puppy Projects.
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neerajkolte


Joined: 10 Feb 2014
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Location: Pune, India.

PostPosted: Sun 10 Aug 2014, 00:51    Post subject:  

What version of Fatdog are you using and how it is installed?

If it's 600 series (620, 630, 631) then get 32bit-slacko-3.sfs file from HERE.

If it's 700 series alfa then get 32bit-slacko-3.sfs file from HERE.
Both might be same files in the end.

You could also download by-
open "Fatdog Control Panel". Go to "System Tab". Double click "SFS Manager". Select the sfs to download.


Now after downloading the file open "Fatdog Control Panel". Go to "System" Tab. Double click "SFS Loader". And load the downloaded sfs by browsing to it and clicking on it.

Once loaded 32bit libs are available to you.

You could also select to load this sfs at boot or only when needed.

rcrsn51 is right if you post in Fatdog64-700a or Fatdog64-631 thread, more people using Fatdog will see it and you will get quick responce.

Thanks.

- Neeraj.

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OldChap

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PostPosted: Sun 10 Aug 2014, 10:32    Post subject:  

Thank you both for replies.

At the time of writing I just had 630 on a stick.

Now I have both 631 and 700 fresh on two sticks and will now attempt to progress using these instructions.

I kinda hope to be good with 700 as that seems to be where the future lies.
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