64-bit builed

2009-12-12
2013-06-12
  • Eric Siegel

    Eric Siegel - 2009-12-12

    Can someone make (or tell me how to make) a 64-bit build of Console2?  On Vista 64-bit, when I use Console2 to run cmd (C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe), it runs the 32-bit version, because Console2 is a 32-bit program (running inside WOW64).

     
  • Eric Siegel

    Eric Siegel - 2009-12-12

    Wow, I can't type.  The title should say "build" not "builed".  Can someone fix that?

     
  • Ronald Blaschke

    Ronald Blaschke - 2009-12-12

    You can use .  I previously used them on Windows XP x64, and for quite some time do on Vista x64.

    As an alternative, with Windows Vista and up there's an alias for System32 that will always point to the native version: C:\Windows\Sysnative\ .
    That is, %windir%\Sysnative\cmd.exe will always be your native 64-bit cmd.exe, %windir%\SysWOW64\cmd.exe always your 32-bit cmd.exe, and %windir%\System32\cmd.exe either one, depending on your process.

      : http://www.rblasch.org/projects/console/

     
  • Kirill

    Kirill - 2009-12-13

    Alternatively, you can try my

    There is even a combined package that will start the correct version, depending on which system you're on. And it matches the latest official build (Ronald, hint ;)

    • Kirill

      : http://kirill.ca

     
  • Jason R. Coombs

    Jason R. Coombs - 2010-01-22

    Kirill, thanks for the 64-bit build!

    BTW, the link is broken for the pure-64-bit build (public is misspelled).

     
  • Kirill

    Kirill - 2010-01-23

    Thank you, Jason!

    (note to myself: don't publish anything after midnight :)

     

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