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Conflict between amd64 and i386 packages with same dependencies

I am running a Debian Wheezy (7.2), wich has a 64bit architecture, and wish to install cups and oracle xe on it. I installed cups through apt-get, and followed those steps to install oracle. However, ...
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Upgrading dpkg on 64-bit debian

Recently I tried to install Steam on my debian, but I ran into a problem. It requires dpkg version 1.16.2 (for multiarch) but the one installed on the system is 1.15.8.13 The problem is that running ...
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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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no such file or directory [duplicate]

I have a 64-bit Ubuntu and want to execute a 32-bit FreeRTOS binary. The error message says no such file or directory. The files are there I can read them with ls -l.
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Java SWT App: Need 64-bit swt.jar

I have a Java app that I want to run in Ubuntu, but I have Java 64 so I can't run it because it only has the 32-bit swt.jar. I can't build it myself, so Is there anyone that can provide the 64-bit ...
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What are all of the linux distros? [closed]

I am running Ubuntu currently, but I want to try other linux distros. I am not bored of Ubuntu, but I want to try as many Linux distros as I can. So if anyone knows of a Linux OS just post the name ...
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64bit VM host environment for debian linux similar to VMware player on Wintel?

I have an Intel Core Duo i3-2100 running a flavour of Debian. I understand Virtual Box is x86-only so is there any similar open source Virtualisation environment that can host images like VMware ...