Any reason for only 64 bit support, or any plans for 32 bit sometime in the future? If not, any way to get it compatible (which I doubt)?
Sounds like the *nix users wanted 64 bit.
is over year ahead in 64bit (compared to Windowz).
It is better/faster than 32bits.
There probably will be no linux32 support any more (devs switched to 64 form 32 on linux over half year ago).
That is very annoying, I wanted to restart playing Fold.it but now it seems I will not be able to.
There is really no chance of making it work on 32 bit (I am running FC16 32bit)?
Pretty much all Linux distros give 32 bit support.
Why don't you do?
Seriously, what kind of reply is this?
I have a 32 bit system and I am not planning to change it anytime soon, so I am just asking if there is any way of running Fold.it under FC16 32bit.
"No, there isn't" would be a sufficiently good answer.
No, there isn't .
I am also disappointed there is no 32 bits version, I only have 32 bits systems (laptop and work computer in a research lab) and so I won't be playing, it's too bad!
and run windows 32bit version under linux.
Thank you, it works fine with wine!
to FAQ section?