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Support for 64-bit Linux

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Support for 64-bit Linux

When will 64-bit Linux be supported?

Nearly all modern Linux installations are 64-bit, and forcing users to work around the problem by using virtual 32-bit machines or tricky 32-bit workarounds in the 64-bit environment is not really an acceptable level of support. And this has been the case for years.
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New Contributor

Re: Support for 64-bit Linux

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Frequent Contributor

Re: Support for 64-bit Linux

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Occasional Contributor

Re: Support for 64-bit Linux

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Community Manager

Re: Support for 64-bit Linux

We are currently working on 64-bit Pulse client for Linux. Once we have more information about when this will be available, I can update this thread.
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Re: Support for 64-bit Linux

Can we get an eta on Linux 64 bit support please?
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Community Manager

Re: Support for 64-bit Linux

I wanted to update this thread that Pulse Secure for Linux is available starting with 8.1R7.

https://www.pulsesecure.net/download/techpubs/current/576
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Occasional Contributor

Re: Support for 64-bit Linux

In PCS 8.1R7, the client is still 32bit but some 32bit system libs are installed
"yum install glibc.i686 nss.i686 zlib.i686"

in PCS 8.2R1, there in no Pulse Linux client.
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Community Manager

Re: Support for 64-bit Linux

Yes, we are aware the Pulse Secure Linux client is not available in the 8.2R1 admin console. We are working to resolve this in the next release. However, the Pulse Secure Linux client is compatible with 8.2R1.

I will look into the 32-bit libraries.
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Occasional Contributor

Re: Support for 64-bit Linux

I installed the deb package on a Unbuntu 14.04 LTS, but, I was unable to launch it. Do you have a post or something which explain how to use it:

I tries to launch it like this:

/usr/local/pulse/PulseClient.sh -h -u -p -U -f

Regards,

Vincent