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    suDown on WinXP x64?

    Will suDown work on XP x64 Pro? Just wondering.

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    Re: suDown on WinXP x64?

    Are you sure this is the correct place to ask this?
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    Re: suDown on WinXP x64?

    Quote Originally Posted by Exodist View Post
    Are you sure this is the correct place to ask this?
    I would rather not register on another forum to just ask this question. So yes.

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    Re: suDown on WinXP x64?

    If you check here, it doesn't look like it.

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    Re: suDown on WinXP x64?

    Quote Originally Posted by cariboo907 View Post
    If you check here, it doesn't look like it.
    Know a windows sudo implementation that does?

    Also, that link gives me this error: "We apologize. It appears an error has occurred. You may want to try one of the options listed below."

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    Re: suDown on WinXP x64?

    Here's the complete link:

    http://sourceforge.net/projects/sudo...essage=5751355

    I don't use Windows enough to bother with something like sudo. I just set up an admin account to do all the installations, and a limited user for everyday stuff.

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    Re: suDown on WinXP x64?

    Quote Originally Posted by cariboo907 View Post
    Here's the complete link:

    http://sourceforge.net/projects/sudo...essage=5751355

    I don't use Windows enough to bother with something like sudo. I just set up an admin account to do all the installations, and a limited user for everyday stuff.
    Yes, but it is very annoying to switch back and forth to the admin account each time I want to install everything, especially when I install so much at one time usually. Also, some applications need to run as admin just to function.

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