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after1_
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Linux 64 bit

Linux 64 bit - when will it be supported?

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mkelly_uwyo_
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Re: Linux 64 bit

If I had to guess I would say somewhere around August 1st.......... 2097 Smiley Happy

I suggest looking at a 32 bit workaround or whatever distribution you are using. Juniper doesnt seem to have any interest in supporting 64bit Linux.

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mkelly_uwyo_
Contributor

Re: Linux 64 bit

If I had to guess I would say somewhere around August 1st.......... 2097 Smiley Happy

I suggest looking at a 32 bit workaround or whatever distribution you are using. Juniper doesnt seem to have any interest in supporting 64bit Linux.

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PortreeKid_
New Contributor

Re: Linux 64 bit

They list on KB25230 64 bit support by doing a 32 bit workaround.  Really?  The problem with that is that they also want a 32 bit version of libXi which then breaks dependancies. 

 

Does anyone know when they might have a REAL solution.  The KB25230 seems to hint at a 64 bit NC client coming out.  Does anyone have any idea when that might become a reality?

 

Juniper?  Please.

zanyterp_
Respected Contributor

Re: Linux 64 bit

The solution in the KB is the only current solution; if you need x64 Linux, please work with your account team for an enhancement request
Toivo_
Contributor

Re: Linux 64 bit

Having requested this from our account team for years now, I think I can repeat the earlier statement someone made that Juniper appears to have no interest in supporting 64-bit Linux.

 

The other pain point is the lack of Pulse client for Linux, so right now it appears there won't be any IPv6 support for Linux either, 32 or 64-bit.

PortreeKid_
New Contributor

Re: Linux 64 bit

We have been requesting this for quite a while as well via our representatives, i.e. proper channels.  Juniper seems to be quite deaf to 64 bit linux needs in this arena.

 

Very frustrating.