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From Alex Fuller <a...@freerangedev.com>
Subject Re: mod_jk for OS X PPC
Date Tue, 30 Oct 2007 15:21:43 GMT



Christopher Schultz-2 wrote:
> 
>> Uhhh... G5 is a 64-bit processor...
> 
> Sorry, didn't see the G5 in there anywhere. Not that it matters. x86_64
> code still ain't gonna run.
> 
> - -chris
> 


It is gonna run on 64-bit Intel Macs. As stated above I originally thought
Richard was on an Intel Mac Pro.

And to avoid confusion for the many MacBook Pro and Intel-based Mac Pro
users out there, hopefully this thread will be useful and you won't put them
off trying -arch x86_64.

It turns out in Richard's case he is on a G5 Mac Pro, so the fundamental
problem is the same (32-bit code being built for a 64-bit application) but
the architecture flag is different.

For the many G5 Mac Pro & iMac users out there with the same problem, the
instructions above will work as long as instead of -arch x86_64 you use
-arch pc64

Alex
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