PHost - Operating Systems
Does it run on Yours?
PHost runs on a number of operating systems.
DJGPP is a port of many GNU development tools to DOS. Programs compiled with that compiler run on DOS (using the enclosed DOS extender cwsdpmi.exe), Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT/2000/XP, and OS/2.
For some people, this version does not work very well, we still don't know whether that's our fault, or Windows', or DJGPP's. In this case, try the the Win32 version.
This version is a native Win32 console application, and runs on Windows 95/98/ME and Windows NT/2000/XP. Unlike the DJGPP version, it does not need the DOS emulation layer. It has been compiled with Borland C++ 5.5.
This version integrates more nicely into Win32 applications because it does not need a Winoldapp or NTVDM process. It also runs under Wine.
This version was linked statically against libc-5.4.44. Therefore it should run on all systems that support statically-linked ELF binaries. Essentially, that's every Linux/x86 distribution out since '95 or so. Originally, the system was a SuSE 5.1, where this was the native libc; since end of 2003, it's the libc5 gcc included with Debian 3.0.
This version was built on varying x64 (amd64, x86_64) systems. Starting from 4.1h, all future builds will be created from a Debian 8.1 sandbox and thus be compatible with Debian and Ubuntu versions after that.
This version was compiled on a Debian 3.0 system and dynamically linked against GNU libc 2.2.5.
The Solaris versions were compiled on varying SunOS versions, and should generally run on all versions.
Most versions for FreeBSD were compiled for FreeBSD 4.x and should run on all FreeBSD 4.x machines. FreeBSD 5.x users need to install compatibility libraries (libc.so.4).
The exact build environment varies. Many versions were build using a cross-compiler on Linux, the current versions are built on a native FreeBSD 4.8 system.
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