I don't know. Maybe someone with more Linux experience knows how to install the library it needs.
I built it on Ubuntu 10.04. I hope that wasn't a mistake. Maybe it should have been built on an older version for more backward compatibility. Is this a problem on Linux, that if you build on the latest version, then it has trouble working on older versions? Is there any way I can downgrade to an older version of GCC on 10.04?
The 64-bit version shouldn't be any faster than the 32-bit version, but it would be great if someone could do a side-by-side comparison of the two linux versions and check. SHA-256 is a 32-bit algorithm and nothing in BitcoinMiner uses 64-bit at all.
We don't need to bother with a 64-bit version for Windows. 32-bit programs work on all versions of Windows. It's not like Linux where the 64-bit OS wants 64-bit programs.
I'm also curious if it's a little faster on linux than windows.
Do you think I should make the directories: