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Anyone have an x86_64 linux machine?

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Anyone have an x86_64 linux machine? I want to verify something.

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not me mines only 32bits. accept my ultra sparcIIi thats sparc64 but that wont do.
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Yes, me. You don't have any...?

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[quote name='Aghaster' date='21 October 2009 - 10:53 PM' timestamp='1256183629' post='346500']
Yes, me. You don't have any...?
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No, not locally. I can't verify that this actually works because tunneling X to my machine I only get a black window. I don't know if this is SDL's fault or my own. So, can you run this? [url="http://hobones.dogsoft.net/hrr_x86_64-linux-gnu]hrr_x86_64-linux-gnu[/url] It would be the first time it actually runs on 64-bit 86.

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accept my ultra sparcIIi thats sparc64 but that wont do
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Ok, I'll try to get together a static binary on a Sun Enterprise 4500 UltraSPARC tonight for you dinscurge. Hope you can run it too.

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I also got the black box, and an error.

*** glibc detected *** free(): invalid next size (fast): 0x00000000011f0e30 ***
Aborted

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[quote name='isolationx' date='22 October 2009 - 12:04 AM' timestamp='1256187882' post='346505']
I also got the black box, and an error.

*** glibc detected *** free(): invalid next size (fast): 0x00000000011f0e30 ***
Aborted
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Hmm.. well, I guess that's good (exactly what I got). Probably my fault then. Thanks!

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Ok, dinscurge does this run? [url=http://hobones.dogsoft.net/hrr_sparc-linux-gnu]hrr_sparc-linux-gnu[/url]

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ill try it :p. what do i do just [code]./hrr_sparc-linux-gnu[/code]?
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[quote name='dinscurge' date='22 October 2009 - 01:28 AM' timestamp='1256192915' post='346510']
ill try it :p. what do i do just [code]./hrr_sparc-linux-gnu[/code]?
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Yeah should work. It's a static elf-binary- just a program.

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sweet. alright im burning it to a cd right now, but cant run server till tomorrow because its quite loud. but ill tell u what happens
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[quote name='dinscurge' date='22 October 2009 - 01:33 AM' timestamp='1256193229' post='346512']
sweet. alright im burning it to a cd right now, but cant run server till tomorrow because its quite loud. but ill tell u what happens
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k, thanks. I'm going to bed myself. night

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one of the better aspects of having to lom is i can give you the exact output XD.

[code]
Dempu:~# mount /cdrom
DeMpu:~# cd /cdrom
DeMpu:/cdrom# ls
hrr_sparc-linux-gnu
DeMpu:/cdrom# ./hrrr_sparc-linux-gnu
-bash: ./hrrr_sparc-linux-gnu: No such file or directory
DeMpu:/cdrom# ls
hrr_sparc-linux-gnu
DeMpu:/cdrom# exec hrr_sparc-linux-gnu
-bash: exec: hrr_sparc-linux-gnu: not found
DeMpu:/cdrom# cp hrr_sparc-linux-gnu /root
DeMpu:/cdrom# cd /root
DeMpu:~# ls
hrr_sparc-linux-gnu
DeMpu:~# ./hrr_sparc-linux-gnu
hrr_sparc-linux-gnu: could not get screen :(
: No such file or directory
DeMpu:~#[/code] Edited by dinscurge
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[quote name='dinscurge' date='22 October 2009 - 02:28 PM' timestamp='1256239685' post='346531']
one of the better aspects of having to lom is i can give you the exact output XD.

[code]
Dempu:~# mount /cdrom
DeMpu:~# cd /cdrom
DeMpu:/cdrom# ls
hrr_sparc-linux-gnu
DeMpu:/cdrom# ./hrrr_sparc-linux-gnu
-bash: ./hrrr_sparc-linux-gnu: No such file or directory
DeMpu:/cdrom# ls
hrr_sparc-linux-gnu
DeMpu:/cdrom# exec hrr_sparc-linux-gnu
-bash: exec: hrr_sparc-linux-gnu: not found
DeMpu:/cdrom# cp hrr_sparc-linux-gnu /root
DeMpu:/cdrom# cd /root
DeMpu:~# ls
hrr_sparc-linux-gnu
DeMpu:~# ./hrr_sparc-linux-gnu
hrr_sparc-linux-gnu: could not get screen :(
: No such file or directory
DeMpu:~#[/code]
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Do you have X running?

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no lols :p. its a server that was used for isp's. (has no keyboard/videocard) aghaster might be able to run it on his sunfire though.
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[quote name='dinscurge' date='22 October 2009 - 05:47 PM' timestamp='1256251650' post='346539']
no lols :p. its a server that was used for isp's. (has no keyboard/videocard) aghaster might be able to run it on his sunfire though.
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I tried it on my school's sun server which I can access remotely, with X11 redirection enabled:

[victoria] [/home/m/marcan_m] > ./hrr_sparc-linux-gnu
Segmentation fault

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[quote name='Aghaster' date='22 October 2009 - 11:27 PM' timestamp='1256272040' post='346545']
[quote name='dinscurge' date='22 October 2009 - 05:47 PM' timestamp='1256251650' post='346539']
no lols :p. its a server that was used for isp's. (has no keyboard/videocard) aghaster might be able to run it on his sunfire though.
[/quote]

I tried it on my school's sun server which I can access remotely, with X11 redirection enabled:

[victoria] [/home/m/marcan_m] > ./hrr_sparc-linux-gnu
Segmentation fault
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Oh, here try this version:

[url=http://hobones.dogsoft.net/hrr_sparc-linux-gnu.gz]hrr_sparc-linux-gnu.gz[/url]

I'm slowly working out the 32/64bit pointer bugs which I think causes all the problems. I've never actually worked on a 64-bit system before so this is kinda new. here's the source [url=http://hobones.dogsoft.net/hrr.tgz]hrr.tgz[/url]

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[quote name='dinscurge' date='21 October 2009 - 11:34 PM' timestamp='1256182454' post='346498']
not me mines only 32bits. accept my ultra sparcIIi thats sparc64 but that wont do.
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I have that, and Debian runs flawlessly on it. NetraT1 and Netra X1.

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[quote name='trevelyn' date='24 October 2009 - 12:48 AM' timestamp='1256363289' post='346574']
[quote name='dinscurge' date='21 October 2009 - 11:34 PM' timestamp='1256182454' post='346498']
not me mines only 32bits. accept my ultra sparcIIi thats sparc64 but that wont do.
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I have that, and Debian runs flawlessly on it. NetraT1 and Netra X1.
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Ok, thanks- I don't think I need people anymore though. Although debugging over tunneled X is TEH SUX it seems to work for me, I'm pretty confident now that it's my bugs and not anyone elses. Edited by SigFLUP

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