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Surely there is at least one working 32 bit linux viewer?

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So now that firestorm has decided to drop support for 32 bit linux, and now their older version that does work is "blocked" for some unholy reason even though it worked absolutely fine yesterday, what viewer do i use for 32 bit linux?

The LL viewer is uhh... lets just not talk about the LL viewer, its never worked as far as i know.

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anyone have any suggestions on what to do here? what viewer should i be using, this system can run SL as old as it is, a day ago it was running firestorm on here just fine, and now that version of the viewer is "blocked"

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Look through the third-party viewers list. I think Cool VL and Singularity both have Linux versions. I just don't know if they are 32-bit.

Life might be easier if you update to a 64-bit Linux...

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20 hours ago, Nalates Urriah said:

Look through the third-party viewers list. I think Cool VL and Singularity both have Linux versions. I just don't know if they are 32-bit.

Life might be easier if you update to a 64-bit Linux...

Thanks, I’ll look into both of those tomorrow.

And I would, but this is 32 bit hardware.

The T2400 is a Core Duo, not Core2 Duo

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tl;dr on this is that i just gave up and installed Windows 7 sp1 again

i tried but the 32 bit linux clients that did exist or at least had some out of date version were nonfunctional or wouldnt install, not really sure why, again firestorm worked fine days ago and then just crapped the bed one day

at least i can use the regular LL viewer again

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and if youre wondering how SL performs on a laptop from 2006, bad.

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