Use Only 64 bit packages

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  • #602859 Reply

    slycooper
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    I did a ping -a hostname and did not get the same ip address as my own. So I’ll need to find the computer that has that ip address?

    #602915 Reply

    slycooper
    Participant

    I’m trying the option to change the package.xml file to change the architecture to 64 bit only by adding

    <targetPlatforms>
    <target-platform arch=”x86_64″ os=”linux” ws=”gtk”/>
    <target-platform arch=”x86″ os=”macosx” ws=”cocoa”/>
    <target-platform arch=”x86_64″ os=”win32″ ws=”win32″/>
    </targetPlatforms>
    in between </workspace-tasks> and </package> tags like you said. I go to the admin console, click on the right changed package, click commit, click okay. I then promote it and click the button to build the installers. Once it’s finished I go to the delivery hub, click on the package to install, run the installer, then when I get to the Choose Architecture, it still shows both 32 bit and 64 bit versions available. Do I need to restart the delivery hub first for the changes to take effect and if so how do I do that?

    #602918 Reply

    ignaciom
    Moderator

    Hey,

    I’m sorry about the confussion, this is the right xml you should have:

    target-platforms instead of targetPlatforms.

    Ignacio

    #602920 Reply

    slycooper
    Participant

    This worked. Thanks for all the help. Wish I would’ve tried that first. Case Closed

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