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Old 10-05-09, 04:08 AM   #1
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Default Installing only 32-bit compat. files?


I recently had to reinstall my debian-box, and choose during the installtion of the nVIDIA-driver not to install 32-bit compat. files.(no need for them at the time)

Now, Im interested in testing some games via wine, and the installatikon of wine also installed a bunch of 32-bit enviroment packages, so guess wine operates in 32-bit mode? Wich would mean I have to install the 32-bit compat. files for the nVIDIA-driver for wine to be able to use open-gl in games?

Is there a way to use the installer to only install these 32-bit files OTHER than reinstalling the driver completely?
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Old 10-05-09, 11:58 AM   #2
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Default Re: Installing only 32-bit compat. files?

No, just reinstall the driver. It doesn't take that long.
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