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Installing a bz2 file

Coming from a windows platform I am a bit confused over how compressed files are installed in Linux . I am using fedora 20. Now I downloaded FoxIt pdf reader from here. I also read this post which ...
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How to get “undefined references” such as “s_wsfi” and “do_fio” in f77 32-bit Fortran libraries using `gfortran -m32`?

Update: Per steeldriver's suggestion, I have tried to get libf2c, and have posted my new error here. ======== I am new to Fortran, but this is what I know: I am running on Ubuntu 14.04 My ...
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LVM + LUKS partition - Is this architecture dependent or independent?

I've been recently dealing with an LVM + LUKS partition trying to install a new linux (ubuntu in this case). I tried a few different options to make it work, but the pc resisted, the only system I ...
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Failed installation 32-bit python on 64-bit Linux Mint

I basically have two questions: How do you install 32-bit Python alongside 64-bit Python on linux? How do I fix my broken system from the failed attempt below? I just tried to install a 32-bit ...
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Flash Debugger on Slackware 64

Given a fresh install of Slackware64, how can I install the 32-bit Flash Plugin content debugger in Firefox and Chrome? Reading through this question, I've got pretty close, but I'm stuck with with ...
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configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables

I am trying to upgrade apache 2.2.15 to 2.2.27. While running config.nice taken from apache2.2.15/build I am getting following error: checking whether the C compiler works... no configure: error: in ...
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Can 32 bit applications on a 64 bit kernel use all the memory?

I know that the 32-Bit kernel can use PAE to allocate more RAM to applications with PAE (up to 64GB) as such I imagine if I am running 32 bit applications on a 32-bit kernel I can use all of my 24GB ...
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is my linux ARM 32 or 64 bit?

under an intel I know I can look at the outcome of uname -m to know if my OS is 32 or 64 bit, but under ARM this gives: armv7l I deduced from file /usr/bin/ls that I'm on a 32-bit OS, but how ...
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64-bit kernel, but all 32-bit ELF executable running processes, how is this?

The output from uname: root@debian:~ # uname -a Linux 5asnb 2.6.32-5-amd64 #1 SMP Mon Jun 13 05:49:32 UTC 2011 x86_64 GNU/Linux However the /sbin/init executable shows up as 32-bit: root@debian:~ ...
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Writing a shell script in Ubuntu to process several layers as a single animated GIF file [duplicate]

I am an Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS 32-bit user and I would like to automate the process of opening several PNG images as layers then saving these layers as a single animated GIF file in the GUI of GIMP. My ...
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“error while loading shared libraries: libopenal.so.1” while installing Drox Operative [duplicate]

I'm trying to install Drox Operative on a laptop I just converted to running Ubuntu, and I'm getting this error whenever I try to run the game: sudo ./DroxOperative./DroxOperative: error while ...
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32 bit OS memory limitation on NUMA systems

Running 32 bit Rhel 6.5 with kernel 2.6.32-431.el6.i686 on a server with 46 Gb RAM and NUMA support. CONFIG_X86_PAE=y Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2660 0 @ 2.20GHz OS is not able to see more than 14GB ...
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Installing PCRE 32bit on RHEL 5 - resolving dependency for apache 2.4 install

I need to install Apache 2.4 32bit version on RHEL 5. I am not installing 64bit apache because the application running on the RHEL5 machine needs apache 32bit (or that's what I thinks because of the ...
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Getting logged out of user account upon execution of a program

On my friend's computer when Skype is launched either via terminal or GUI the current user is forced to log out of the system. Purging and reinstalling Skype did not work and we are using the same ...
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Mounting an MTP enabled device on Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS 32-bit

My aim is to perform file operations on my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (older edition) using Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS 32-bit. This does not work out of the box as I plugged my device and saw myself. In order ...
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Set up OS and Runnig app using x32-ABI

Intro I just moved to a 64bit installation and I'm experiencing big difference in memory usage ( especially for app like chrome, firefox, mysql and java apps ): - While before 4gb were enough now they ...
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Citrix XenServer, all packages appear to be 32bit

I'm hoping to use Citrix XenServer for a group of 4/5 machines. One of these machines has 18TB of storage (after RAID5 is taken into account). I've installed XenServer and mkfs.ext3 is the only ...
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Run 64 bit app on 32 bit system (Ubuntu)

All the questions I've seen refer to running a 32 bit app in a 64 bit system. I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 32 bit (actually elementary OS Luna, which is based on it) and I'm trying to run a 64 bit app ...
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Calibre in Debian 7.3 KDE doesn't have cover browser?

Can someone please help me to activate the cover browser of Calibre in Debian 7.3 KDE desktop (32 bit architecture)? I've tried toggling the arrow button in the bottom-right corner but unlike the ...
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Application does not see environmental variables

I am running following 32 bit command on 64 bit system: LIBGL_DEBUG=verbose glxinfo32 -v -t | head -5 It's output says direct rendering: No (If you want to find out why, try setting ...
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How does multilib work?

In older distributions there was the ia32-libs meta package, now both Debian and Ubuntu switched to multilib. I wonder what the differences are and what I'm supposed to do to re-create a 32 bit ...
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application requires 32bit libs be installed on my 64 bit system — having trouble installing them

I want to install SimpleScreenRecorder (SSR) from git as recommended by the developer. The binary version crashes while the git version fixes my crash problem. Unfortunately, to build the git version ...
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32-bit on 64-bit: memory usage for multiple processes

I'm working on a Linux hosting solution for game server software, however the software in question is 32-bit and I'd be running 64-bit on the host. Now, I know I can run 32-bit apps on a 64-bit host ...
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How to install ia32-libs in Debian Wheezy?

I would like to install ia32-libs in Debian Wheezy however it seems it is deprecated. The solution in this question works when installing 32-bit packages from Debian repositories, but there are some ...
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Debian unstable: ia32-libs can not be used

After an dist-upgrade within Debian unstable (amd64) I can not use 32 bit programs anymore, because ia32-libs is not possible to install: # apt-get install ia32-libs Reading package lists... Done ...
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Why 32 bit OS has less requirement when compared to 64 bit

In my Organization for routing we are using 32 bit os rather than using 64 bit os on a host with 3GB RAM. Since 64 bit faster than 32 bit why do sometimes people use 32 bit OS rather than 64 bit. ...
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How to find out whether a certain processor is 64bit or 32bit? [duplicate]

Now, the answer that jumps into everyone's minds at this point is, of course, uname -a. But I believe that, in this case, it is not the correct answer. Why? Well, I have installed a 64bit version of ...
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how to patch PKGBUILD to lib32

I installed Poco library on my Arch64 system using AUR. Sources were downloaded, compiled and the package succesfully installed. But now I need to patch the PKGBUILD so that I can compile 32-bit ...
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Can't install 32 bit gstreamer-ffmpeg normally, library can't find other 32 bit libs

I'm on Ubuntu 12.04 64 bits and I'm trying to get a game (GTA SA) working in wine, but it keeps crashing. After reading error logs it seems I needed some 32 bit versions of gstreamer, probably to play ...
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Why won't my binary run?

I have a binary that runs on my Debian Squeeze system, but then it doesn't do anything on my Debian Wheezy (kernel Linux 3.2.0-4-amd64) system. Both systems are 64 bit, while the executable is a 32 ...
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What a 64 bit Linux can do that 32 bit linux can't?

I ordered a server from fdcserver. Then I realized that, unless changed, fdcserver actually provides 32 bit operating as default. I logged in using SSH, typed uname -m, and to my horror I saw that I ...
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How to run 32 bit programs on 64 bit Fedora 17?

Although the Android Development Tools (ADT) bundle is available as a zip package for 'Linux 64 Bit' it states following requirements: 64-bit distributions must be capable of running 32-bit ...
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Why are 64-bit distros often called 'amd64'?

I am downloading an ISO image of Lubuntu; they have two versions: 32 and 64. But why do they call the 64 version amd64 since they say that it works for Intel also?
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64bit Linux or 32bit Linux with PAE kernel causes x server to crash on boot

I have a home server that was running 64bit Linux Mint with Core 2 Duo, 4GB ram, nvidia 7950GT, and RAID 0 two 150GB drives. It was running fine til the power supply failed and I had to replace it. ...
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Why is it better to use a 64bit OS?

Speed/Security? Why should we choose to use 64 bit instead of 32 bit?
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Download and Install 32-bit Haskell GHC on CentOS

I need to install Haskell GHC 32 bit from the command line and I can't find this anywhere. I need to install it because I need libgmp.so.3 for the 32-bit and i have read somewhere that I can find it ...
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How to convert a 32-bit (x86) Debian Wheezy system to 64-bit

I have a 32-bit system which runs on a 64-bit processor. How do I convert it to be all-64-bit, without re-installing? I have seen somewhere that it is doable as a result of the new Multiarch ...
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How can I determine if my processor is 64 or 32 bit? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I know that my CPU supports 64bit operating systems under Linux? I am running Debian Squeeze, how can I determine whether my processor is 64 or 32-bit? I'm ...
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Running 64-bit Linux with 750 MB of RAM: worth it?

I have a Debian server VPS, and the provider installed 64-bit Debian 5. Should I ask for an 32-bit install, given that I have only 750 MB RAM and I have heard that variables take more RAM on 64-bit ...
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Why does the i386 version of software get installed on an x86_64 system?

Why does the i386 version of most software get installed along with the x86_64 version on a CentOS 5.8 64-bit system? # yum install php-xml Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Loading mirror speeds from ...
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32 bit appplication on 64 bit linux not working

I'm running linux mint LMDE 64 bit version, I have to install this i386 software to use my modem. So I did it with --force-architecture mode, installation completed with errors. Here is the log dpkg: ...
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Is 32bit still preferable to 64bit? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Should I install 32 or 64 bit? I want to migrate from Ubuntu to OpenSUSE, and I need to decide between the 32bit and the 64bit versions. 6 years ago, when I purchased a ...
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Should I install 32 or 64 bit?

I'm going to be installing linux on my 64bit netbook. Last time I checked I was advised that for personal computers (not servers) it is best to install the 32bit version. I believe the reasoning was ...
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Moving from Ubuntu 32bit: Mint 64bit or Mint 32bit?

I have decided to try out Linux Mint instead of the horrible Ubuntu Unity experince. I have a separate partition for my /home folder, which I'd like to preserve of course. So I'm curious: is it ...
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Why does Ubuntu recommend download the 32-bit version?

Why does Ubuntu recommend download the 32-bit version? On their 32bit_and_64bit Page they even say Unless you have specific reasons to choose 32-bit, we recommend 64-bit to utilise the full capacity ...
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How can I install a 64bit Linux virtual machine on a 32bit Linux?

I've got a computer (Intel core i5) with 32bit Linux installed (ubuntu 11.04) and I would like to install a 64bit Linux virtual machine on it so I can test 64bit command-line applications on it.
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Running 32 bit app on a 64 bit Linux machine

Are there any performance drawbacks (CPU, Memory or IO) when running a 32-bit application on a 64-bit Linux? My main concern is inefficient utilization of pointers and memory blocks.
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How do I run 32-bit programs on a 64-bit Debian/Ubuntu?

I have a 64-bit (amd64 a.k.a. x86_64) Debian or Ubuntu installation. I need to run 32-bit (i386/i686) programs occasionally, or to compile programs for a 32-bit system. How can I do this with a ...
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Building 32-Bit on a 64-Bit system

I'm trying to build the PHP memcache extension (v2.2.6) for i386 (32bit) on my x86_64 Ubuntu 11.04. ./configure uses config.guess by default (which outputs x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu on my system) but ...
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OpenBSD: 32 bit or 64 bit

I would like to use the 64 bit version of OpenBSD, but I'm not really sure how good it works. Are there any known problems? Is the 32 bit version more recommended for productive environment?