64-bit considerations with K2

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2015-Jan-10 | Tags: 32or6432vs64

Start64!We are often asked “I have a 64-bit Windows computer. Should I install 32-bit or 64-bit components?” Our recommendation is generally to install 64-bit components on a 64-bit OS. For KeyServer in particular though, there are a few reasons that would force you to use 32-bit components on a 64-bit OS though and we’ll cover these below.

Start64!The latest Linaro 14.08 AOSP software build provides developers a unique pre-integrated Android software distribution that enables them to more easily conduct 64-bit development for Android on ARMv8-A based SOCs & platforms.

Start64!When it comes to desktop and laptop computing, 64-bit is pretty much a given, though many apps are still stuck in 32-bit limbo, running quietly alongside their 64-bit siblings. What’s really nice is that you don’t even notice the difference whether they’re 32-bit or 64-bit, the apps just work. Now, 64-bit Androids are here – sort of.

Running 64bit Android L under QEMU

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2014-Aug-21 | Tags: androidemulatorhowto

Start64!When the Android SDK was first made available to the world, Google used QEMU as the basis for their Android emulator. They copied the source code to a custom repository in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and made a number of invasive modifications to QEMU. Specifically, they added emulation of a specific board called goldfish for the purposes of emulating an Android phone.

Start64!In this video we'll code the box blur algorithm described in the previous part. This is a C++ implementation but it's going to be designed (I hope anyway...) to encourage an simple port to SSE.

Start64!This small section of the tute contains a description and illustration of a very fast box blur algorithm. We want to select the fastest known algorithm for our own implementation, and the sliding window version I was thinking of implementing is nowhere near as fast as this one.

Start64!The world of enterprise IT must pay attention any time a true development is made in mobile technology. Internally, the business might consider upgrading devices, while externally, mobile consumers will be affected and the organization’s mobile strategy might need adjustment. 64-bit computing is one of those mobile development worthy of enterprise IT’s attention.

Start64!It's been a long time. In this tute we'll start programming a more complex plugin for Imogen. It will be an implementation of the Box Blur function. It will include a Windows form with controls which will give the user some options as the plugin executes.

Start64!We've been hosting IBM Connect 2014 presentations on the site for about a week now, and so far one of the most popular sessions to be downloaded is Daniel Nash's "IBM Domino 64-bit: All you need to know session". The presentation covers the basics of 32 and 64bit systems, best practices for running 32bit Domino on a 64bit OS, and best practices for running native Domino 64bit.

Start64!With the introduction of curved smartphones, flexible electronic goods are gradually moving to the center stages of various markets. Flexible display technology is the culmination of the latest, cutting-edge electric cell device technology. Developing such products, however, requires not only a curved display, but also operational precision of other parts, including the memory, in a flexible state.

Start64!Yesterday I updated my Ghost installation on Azure Websites and my test blog stopped working: I enabled error logging and the error I got was:

Start64!I noticed that I could not find any game that has a native 64-bit version on the x86 platform (there are some for platforms, obviously for example the Nintendo 64). In fact when I asked if the Allegro library supported 64-bit, the developers had no idea. When I tried to compile something for 64-bit my compiler failed (it was MingW, it wrote that 64-bit is not implemented).

Start64!New Version of NXTera 6.4 makes it possible for legacy Entera applications to access the new 64 bit databases and architectures on Windows, Unix and Linux - Houston, Texas January 23, 2014 - eCube Systems, a leading provider of middleware modernization, integration and management solutions, announced the immediate availability of NXTera 6.4 (or NXTera 64), a high performance RPC middleware.

Start64!On October 18th, Jessica Lyon poked me about an upcoming blog post she was preparing for Firestorm which would make mention of a 64-bit Windows build, offering me the opportunity to talk to her about it ahead of the announcement going public.

Start64!A few days ago, Stardock announced it was working on Galactic Civilizations III for the PC, and that the game will be made to run exclusively on 64-bit operating systems. Today, a new game development company has been revealed and announced it is working on its own 64-bit game engine. Furthermore, it has Stardock CEO Brad Wardell as one of its founders.

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