[SOLVED]Decibel audio player for x86_64

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[SOLVED]Decibel audio player for x86_64

Post by Duncan_Idaho » 10. May 2010, 01:27

the tittle says it all,
I was wondering why decibel wasn't available on the x86_64 repo but it is available on the i486 repo :|
so could you please provide a x86_64 package of my favorite music player?
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Re: Decibel audio player for x86_64

Post by gapan » 10. May 2010, 05:35

Huh? It is already there...
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Re: Decibel audio player for x86_64

Post by Duncan_Idaho » 10. May 2010, 05:43

:shock:
you're right, I guess I was checking the PACKAGES.txt from the repos, so I guess I was checking the slackware one instead of the salix one :lol:
I'm sorry for my mistake :P

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Re: [SOLVED]Decibel audio player for x86_64

Post by gapan » 10. May 2010, 10:12

Using slapt-get/gslapt when searching for a package makes it a lot easier. ;)
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Re: [SOLVED]Decibel audio player for x86_64

Post by Duncan_Idaho » 10. May 2010, 14:08

gapan wrote:Using slapt-get/gslapt when searching for a package makes it a lot easier. ;)
yes I know, but in this particular case the computer I use with slaix current is 32bits, and the computer with salix64 is using stable :P

speaking of which, is there an advantage in using a 64bits OS over a 32bits OS? (both my computer and my laptop are AMD64)

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