I'll check netkas asap :)
Like many OS's out there OS X has a 32bit and 64bit version. And again like many OS's out there most of OS X's software is "32Bit Instruction Set" only. In order to run 64Bit on OS X you need OS X server edition from the Debian server Kernel. I don't know what runs on it, or how much it cost. But OS X is somewhere around $300 fresh, and 64Bit is never cheaper or easier to use. So... Sorry but you have fallen to MAC's infamous advertising, your OS X is 32Bit only.
Originally Posted by scampcat
I'd really like to know if you were able to get the missing things running (and details about how if so).
Originally Posted by TheDrake