Samba 2.0.5a & Solaris 2.6 Assistance (PR#19370)
paul.allen at redwood.rt.cs.boeing.com
Thu Aug 5 18:39:26 GMT 1999
"Paul L. Lussier" wrote:
> In a message dated: Thu, 05 Aug 1999 09:21:59 +1000
> Andrew L Gibson said:
> >Followup on things I have learned. We can't run the 64bit code.
> >That requires an Ultra box. Sparc2 and IPX hardware does NOT
> >support 64bit. IIRC, anything with a Sparc 4m or 4u processor
> >(that's basically a Sparc 5, 20, or Ultra machine) can do 64bit.
> AFAIK, sun4u technology is the only line that deals with 64 bit. The Sparc 5
> and 20 lines are still Sparc technology which are only 32 bit CPUs. The Ultra
> line is where they made the jump to 64 bit CPUs.
And don't forget, Solaris 7 was the first version to support actual
64-bit executables. 2.6 runs on 64-bit hardware, but doesn't run
Was the problem code compiled under Solaris 7 on an UltraSPARC
machine? That might explain why it doesn't work on a sun4c or sun4m
running Solaris 2.6.
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