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I have a normal 32 bit box and a new AMD 64 bit one. I've installed Mandrake SE2005 i586 on the one, and the x86-64 bit version on the other. ...
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    Mandrake 10.2 2005 SE x86-64


    I have a normal 32 bit box and a new AMD 64 bit one. I've installed Mandrake SE2005 i586 on the one, and the x86-64 bit version on the other. On the 32 bit machine both "Virtual Network Connection" and "Tight VNC" were installed, but only "Tight VNC" has installed on the 64 bit version, and I'm unable to find "Virtual Network Connection" on the DVD using the software manager. The reason I need Virtual Network Connection is in order to connect to a WinXP machine. Could anyone tell me where I could find the missing program?

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    Missing "Virtual Network Connection"

    I've managed to solve my problem. The missing program was part of the Gnome desktop, that I had installed on the 32bit box, and not on the 64bit machine. When I installed Gnome on the 64bit machine the missing program appeared under "Remote Connections" under the "Internet" section of the main menu.

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