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Inegma
Garnez Banana Peeling inc.
Posted - 2009.12.16 23:05:00 - [121]
 

Ubuntu 9.10 x64
Kernel 2.6.32-020632-generic
wine-1.1.34

Laice
Caldari
Archron Dusyfe Industries
Posted - 2009.12.17 00:26:00 - [122]
 

Ubuntu 9.10
64bit
Wine 1.1.34

Click HD for HD Goodness :P

Sythyss
Posted - 2009.12.19 19:02:00 - [123]
 

arch linux ftw!! =D

Aimel
Posted - 2009.12.26 18:53:00 - [124]
 

ubuntu 9.10 64bit

Damion Jawface
Caldari
Darkhold Enterprises
Posted - 2009.12.28 21:23:00 - [125]
 

OpenSUSE 11.2 x64

rokkram
Posted - 2010.01.03 03:42:00 - [126]
 

OpenSuse 11.2 x64

Franzr Sturm
Posted - 2010.01.04 23:58:00 - [127]
 

Gentoo (2.6.31-gentoo-r6)

Nice to see that people are using linux :)

Pradev
Caldari
Coldon Mining
Storm Coalition
Posted - 2010.01.06 12:17:00 - [128]
 

Arch Linux x64 with wine 1.0.1 :)

Magnus Nordir
Caldari
Nordir Industries
Posted - 2010.01.11 10:55:00 - [129]
 

I use Linux 2.6.32.

What the OP was apparently trying to ask is which GNU/Linux distribution we're using - and that would be Arch x64 for me.

Aimel
Posted - 2010.01.12 00:39:00 - [130]
 

crunchbang 9.4 64bit

whats so good about arch? ;=)

Chillshock
Posted - 2010.02.19 17:16:00 - [131]
 

currently: ubuntu lucid
hunting bugs and loving it.

Want more performance, tho and currently Eve likes to crash when switching desktops. *grrr*. Once I find the time... need time... more time...

Magnus Nordir
Caldari
Nordir Industries
Posted - 2010.02.19 19:09:00 - [132]
 

Originally by: Aimel
crunchbang 9.4 64bit

whats so good about arch? ;=)


It's "simple" in that the distro gets out of your way and lets you set up the system the way you want it instead of holding your hand and making design decisions you should be making - unlike some other software distributions of the GNU/Linux operating system (ubuntu and its derivatives come to mind).

Darion Amador
Muppet Ninja's
Ninja Unicorns with Huge Horns
Posted - 2010.02.20 08:00:00 - [133]
 

Unix YARRRR!!

Linux is for wimps! Also, Linux sucks Twisted Evil

Miyamura Miyako
Caldari
Nihon Hikikomori Kyokai
Posted - 2010.02.21 06:54:00 - [134]
 

Slackware -Current 32bit with vanilla kernel

Magnus Nordir
Caldari
Nordir Industries
Posted - 2010.02.21 10:11:00 - [135]
 

Originally by: Darion Amador
Unix YARRRR!!

Linux is for wimps! Also, Linux sucks Twisted Evil


The modern "Unix" distributions (Solaris and HP-UX, one of which you're probably referring to) have just about as much in common with Unix as GNU/Linux does.

MvoS
Posted - 2010.02.22 10:03:00 - [136]
 

Slack 13

Gunman1982
Posted - 2010.02.23 15:17:00 - [137]
 

2.6.32-trunk-686-bigmem (Debian 2.6.32-5)
Debian testing/unstable

Future aim: Minix :-)

Darion Amador
Muppet Ninja's
Ninja Unicorns with Huge Horns
Posted - 2010.02.23 20:22:00 - [138]
 

Originally by: Magnus Nordir
Originally by: Darion Amador
Unix YARRRR!!

Linux is for wimps! Also, Linux sucks Twisted Evil


The modern "Unix" distributions (Solaris and HP-UX, one of which you're probably referring to) have just about as much in common with Unix as GNU/Linux does.


I'm referring to the BSD distributions. And they have little to nothing in common with GNU/Linux. A higher degree of screening and auditing, it's cleaner and better maintained, more stable, more robust system all together. And there is no denying it.
I could allays dig up some benchmarks for you if you would like that, as well.

Kaylana Syi
Minmatar
Coreli Corporation
Naraka.
Posted - 2010.03.01 20:32:00 - [139]
 

Originally by: Darion Amador
Originally by: Magnus Nordir
Originally by: Darion Amador
Unix YARRRR!!

Linux is for wimps! Also, Linux sucks Twisted Evil


The modern "Unix" distributions (Solaris and HP-UX, one of which you're probably referring to) have just about as much in common with Unix as GNU/Linux does.


I'm referring to the BSD distributions. And they have little to nothing in common with GNU/Linux. A higher degree of screening and auditing, it's cleaner and better maintained, more stable, more robust system all together. And there is no denying it.
I could allays dig up some benchmarks for you if you would like that, as well.


That is rubbish. BSD is no faster or stable than a solid Linux distro. You pull your benches I'll pull mine. They both have tradeoffs. Also, look up the definition of rubust. Are you really trying to say NETBSD is even in the same category of FreeBSD, Debian's BSD kernel or OpenBSD?

Please, you don't have to even try to pimp out BSD. It doesn't need your help. It sure as **** doesn't run games any better than Linux. And let's not forget that the only BSD thing about OSX is the userspace... the kernel isn't even BSD... it's Mach's successor.

I'd run BSD for a jails server for VPS web hosting, and that is about it. It would be Debian's upcoming version at that.

Thastandi
Posted - 2010.03.05 01:32:00 - [140]
 

Hey, EVE noob here...I'm totally loving this game so far -- best game I think I've played.

I run EVE via Wine in Arch and Mint, both 64 versions. I change the distro depending on my mood. I have some problems in Arch, for some reason; but, I think that might be because I built wine for 64 bit libs with Pulseaudio support (via the AUR.) I might try it sans Pulse to see if that gets it to work any better.

Karteepy
Posted - 2010.03.13 18:50:00 - [141]
 

Am I the only one in here that's running Mandriva? :) 2010.0.

Ben AdonKar
Minmatar
LifeLine Solutions
Posted - 2010.03.14 06:59:00 - [142]
 

you are not alone in space :) Mandriva 2010.0 x86_64 free here. kernel 2.6.31.12

using both from repos: wine 1.1.37 with fglrx 10.1 on ATI HD4670 dualhead, performance is perfect.

Neuntausend
Posted - 2010.03.18 21:41:00 - [143]
 

Originally by: Sythyss
arch linux ftw!! =D


yeah, arch. just arch - no numbers, no strange codenames.

i don't get what people like about stable release distros Shocked

Brennivargur
Posted - 2010.03.27 16:09:00 - [144]
 

Linux 2.6.32.9-70.fc12.x86_64

Jack Rowanburn
V I R I I
Cult of War
Posted - 2010.04.02 14:50:00 - [145]
 

Arch x64, Suse x86_64 Wine 1.1.41 from AUR. With the most recent update you need samba installed for some reason too (calls on one of the NT libs - only discovered that because I was trying to get Eve up and running before installing the NTFS/Samba packages)

Originally by: Thastandi
Hey, EVE noob here...I'm totally loving this game so far -- best game I think I've played.

I run EVE via Wine in Arch and Mint, both 64 versions. I change the distro depending on my mood. I have some problems in Arch, for some reason; but, I think that might be because I built wine for 64 bit libs with Pulseaudio support (via the AUR.) I might try it sans Pulse to see if that gets it to work any better.


Don't use pulse, it's flaky at best and it'll work just fine without. Also make sure you have all the 32bit Wine libs installed - Wine itself is still only 32bit.

Neuntausend
Posted - 2010.04.03 18:17:00 - [146]
 

Edited by: Neuntausend on 03/04/2010 18:22:47
pulse audio in arch linux x64 works just fine, enables me to use mangler as a native vent client and provides a lot better sound quality than alsa-oss with the native teamspeak 2 vlient.

if you know how to do it that is.

i had problems with arch x64, pulse and wine as well, because arch doesn't offer a 32bit build of wine patched for pulse audio, neiter in aur, nor the standard repos. wine with the alsa wrapper or padsp won't work, because neither pulse audio nor wine pill in lib32-pulseaudio (and wine needs that, because it's a 32 bit app - at least if you want it to run 32 bit windows apps, as eve.)

so there's two things you have to do:


1: the easy part:

yaourt -Sy lib32-pulseaudio (if you have yaourt, if not i guess you will know how to do that manually, if not: rtfm)

2: the not so easy part:

either install 32 bit arch on another disk or computer or set up a 32bit environment inside your 64 bit installation (that's what i did. rtfm), chroot into it and build wine-pulse from aur there. (also works with yaourt, if you want) then don't install the package there, but copy it over to your 64 bit system. you can then install it outside of the chroot by typing:

pacman -U <packagename>

you have to do this, because building wine-pulse in 64 bit will give you a 64 bit binary, and you don't want that, as it will only work with windows-64bit-software, what eve isn't.)
this is just the quick and dirty solution, but i am too lazy to do it the clean arch way. also it works just fine, so i just have no reason to. it is possible that you also need to install several 32bit libs, as lib32-libpng, but they are all in the repos or aur.


if you people are interested in the package, just let me know. i can build and upload the package for you, but i won't make a regularily updated aur pkgbuild for it.

also: brenni - this is getting old, i think we all know what linux is a kernel, but this is not quite what the thread is about.

and now, enough offtopic-spam by me today.

Nurias
Gallente
Twilight Labs
Posted - 2010.04.04 11:06:00 - [147]
 

Having always a mixture of Debian testing/sid (x86_64) where most packages are from testing which is at the time of writing Squeeze.

Debian - best package management I've ever experienced Cool

Maladapt
Minmatar
Posted - 2010.04.04 15:05:00 - [148]
 

Currently Ubuntu, though it's really nice to see some Slackers here. That's how I got introduced into the fold. ;)

das licht
Gallente
Echtzeit AG
Posted - 2010.06.04 19:04:00 - [149]
 

I started out with Linux Mint 8 Helena a few month ago. Meanwhile i am using Ubuntu 10.04 which Mint is based on. I think i stick with 10.04 because i always prefer the original.

Thastandi
Posted - 2010.06.05 00:19:00 - [150]
 

Edited by: Thastandi on 05/06/2010 00:20:09
Originally by: Neuntausend
Edited by: Neuntausend on 03/04/2010 18:22:47
pulse audio in arch linux x64 works just fine, enables me to use mangler as a native vent client and provides a lot better sound quality than alsa-oss with the native teamspeak 2 vlient.



I might be interested. I'm currently using Alsa (with dmix support). Everything works quite perfectly (that is, Teamspeak + EVE or Mangler + EVE).

HOWEVER, I use two sound cards (USB and internal), and if I want to switch the output channel I have to quit X, edit ~./asoundrc, and restart ALSA. Not a huge problem, but its enough.

I tried Pulseaudio about 6 months ago, and the problem was getting wine to work properly with it (by the way, I use Arch 64, as well.)

EDIT: Ah, I see you use a chroot...hmm...might be better in the long run...but, I'm a little trigger shy on setting up a chroot for some reason.


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