Need 64 bit Motif for Linux

I have an old GUI code written in C that I need to compile, which links to X11/Motif. As in needs the headers, and needs to link to libraries. This will need to run on 64 bit Linux, either RedHat or Fedora (not sure which, hopefully they’re similar enough that it’s not important).

I tried downloading OpenMotif, but I don’t think it was 64 bits. Or maybe I just have to try harder to get it to work.

Anyway, what should I use? Free to download would be best, but I can buy something if it doesn’t take too long to acquire. Also, preferably something I just unzip, untar and copy to the right directories.

Yeah, it’s clunky looking. No, it’s not going to be rewritten in any more modern graphical environment. Nope.

In case it helps, the relevant lines from the makefile are

XLIBPATH = -L/usr/X11R6/lib64
XMLIBPATH = -L/usr/X11R6/lib64
XINCLUDEPATH = -I/usr/X11R6/include
XMINCLUDEPATH = -I/usr/X11R6/include
LIBS = -L/usr/lib64 -lXm -lXt -lX11 -lm -lnsl

Thanks in advance.

Fedora 13 includes openmotif for 64 bit

openmotif-clients.x86_64 : Command line utilities for openmotif
openmotif.i686 : Open Motif runtime libraries and executables
openmotif.x86_64 : Open Motif runtime libraries and executables
openmotif-demos.x86_64 : Open Motif example code and demo programs
openmotif-devel.i686 : Open Motif development libraries and header files
openmotif-devel.x86_64 : Open Motif development libraries and header files
openmotif-docs.noarch : Open Motif Additional Documentation
openmotif-mwm.x86_64 : Open Motif window manager
Just install it with yum

RHEL/Centos only have 32 bit … but who cares since your old app is 32 bit anyway