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Thread: Timevault for 64-bit architectures, anyone?

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    Timevault for 64-bit architectures, anyone?

    Hi,

    This looks great:
    https://launchpad.net/timevault/+download
    anyone knows where to get it for 64-bit architectures?

    I've seen posts here on how to install the 32-bit version with --force-architecture:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=729931

    But with such a crucial piece of software I prefer to be sure it's the right version.

    Thanks

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    Re: Timevault for 64-bit architectures, anyone?

    This is a bit old thread but I'd like to have 64-bit version of this software too. I'm not sure how stable the latest beta is and if there will be any major changes so I'll probably just wait till it's released officially.

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    Re: Timevault for 64-bit architectures, anyone?

    The source code is available at the link the OP provided so you could install from that or maybe build a 64 bit deb package from that.

    There is a guide here on using Check Install to make a deb package.
    Last edited by phidia; December 8th, 2008 at 10:43 PM.
    Good site to search for guides & how-tos.

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    Re: Timevault for 64-bit architectures, anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by phidia View Post
    The source code is available at the link the OP provided so you could install from that or maybe build a 64 bit deb package from that.

    There is a guide here on using Check Install to make a deb package.
    The only source code available seems to be 7.2. Is that considered a stable version? I've compiled from source only a couple times, but I'd give Check Install a try if it's the latest good version. I could also post the .deb on my own page for others to download.
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