On 2012-11-19 Ibrahim Saleh wrote:
> We are running EPICS R3.14.12 on Scientific Linux v.5.2 now. We are
> planning to upgrade the linux version to Scientific Linux v.6.3. Is there
> someone who tested EPICS on it?
We use RHEL 6.3 on many of our workstations here at APS with no problems, so I
would expect SL6.3 to be equally well supported since it's built from the same
> Do you have any other suggestions for a new stable linux version working
> with EPICS?
> Is it worthy to go with 64 bit rather than 32 bit?
Most of our systems are natively 64-bit, but we still have 32-bit systems too
so we actually build both in our production areas. Some code may not have
been converted to build properly for 64-bit, so in those cases the 64-bit
machines can run the 32-bit binaries (as long as they have the OS's 32-bit
compatibility libraries installed).
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