[AG-TECH] agtk 3.0.2 and Windows XP64
jon.johansson at ualberta.ca
Fri Nov 10 11:24:41 CST 2006
I installed AG 3.0.2 on my WinXP x64 (dual Opeteron 250) machine
and it seems to work fine - certainly the venue client works.
I installed all the packages from
I have a Creative WebCam Live and the 64 bit drivers deliver video -
although it doesn't save the the video size at 352x288. My only
issue is that the mic jack on my audio card doesn't work. I'm
getting a different card and hopefully that should fix things.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov
> [mailto:owner-ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov] On Behalf Of Paul Hatton
> Sent: Friday, November 10, 2006 3:53 AM
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> Cc: support at agsc.ja.net; S.Fitch at bham.ac.uk
> Subject: [AG-TECH] agtk 3.0.2 and Windows XP64
> Has anyone got AGTK 3.0.2 running on 64-bit XP on Intel (or AMD for
> that matter, but we're currently on Intel EM64T in HP xw8200s for our
> 64-bit workstations)? One of our users reports that it fails on
> startup, probably with a python issue, but no error message. AGTK 2.4
> is OK on this platform. Note this isn't asking about Itanium.
> The Access Grid Support Centre here (UK) is planning to withdraw
> their AGTK2 server/bridge soon, so I wonder if they have tested AGTK3
> on x64?
> Paul Hatton
> High Performance Computing and Visualisation Specialist
> Technical Director, HP Visual and Spatial Technology Centre
> Information Services, Elms Road Computer Centre,
> The University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT.
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