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Re: x86_64 packages depends on i586.

2009/7/12 Joonas Sarajärvi <muepsj gmail com>:
> 2009/7/12, David <brusefamelion gmail com>:
>> Would you please name "some very modern day applications that are
>> written for the windows platform" that will run in a Linux current
>> version of WINE? That will run under the currently available WINE in
>> Fedora 11. Names and versions. _Real_ applications. The ones that
>> ordinary 'users' want. Not the geeky ones that 'Linux geeks' want.
>> I am serious here. Really. The names are...?
> For me,
> - Spotify
> And a quite long list of games, including
> - the IL-2 Sturmovik series
> - the Homeworld series
> - Trainz
> - Areena 5
> - Diablo II
> - Command & Conquer (might be close to a DOS game, but it's still win32)
> - Sim City 4
> - Age of Mythology
> - Rollercoaster tycoon
> - and many more
> I consider games to be a real use case.
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I'm not a newbey and I've been using my kick files for the last 3-4
months. This is the first time that I got 32 bit apps in my livecd.

The most strange thing is that after deleting all *.i?86, yum deletes
some x86_64 apps as well. After this i tried to install back the
deleted x86_64 and the same i?86 are pulled in as dependencies. I
don't know how this could have happened.

I do saw that there is some update to yum (in koji) which says
something like "making livecd-creator works again". Maybe I just hit
some nasty bug.

I'll try to compose one more x86_64 livecd and if this happenes agian
I'll file a bug against yum (or livecd-creator)


PS: I've never used wine and it's not included in my kick files (so
please stop this windoof discussion)

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