I'm using Debian 10 - 64 bit and I'm trying to start a 32bit program but it keeps crashing due to incomprehensible reasons (for me). I searched on internet for almost a week! But I founded only that I've to make libraries such as:

libc6 libncurses5 libstdc++6

compatibles with the system, to avoid the segmentation fault that I get all the time.

To be more specific the program is samp03svr from GTA SAMP. By the way, for now, I tried only these 3 commands:

dpkg --add-architecture i386
apt-get update
sudo apt-get install libc6:i386 libncurses5:i386 libstdc++6:i386

The errors

Here the errors that I get all the time when it crashes.

[12:43:09] [debug] Native backtrace:
[12:43:09] [debug] #0 f7ab38b6 in _Z13GetStackTraceRSt6vectorI10StackFrameSaIS0_EEPv () in plugins/crashdetect.so
[12:43:09] [debug] #1 f7aab120 in _ZN18CrashDetectHandler20PrintNativeBacktraceERSoRKN2os7ContextE () in plugins/crashdetect.so
[12:43:09] [debug] #2 f7aab886 in _ZN18CrashDetectHandler20PrintNativeBacktraceERKN2os7ContextE () in plugins/crashdetect.so
[12:43:09] [debug] #3 f7aabf96 in _ZN18CrashDetectHandler7OnCrashERKN2os7ContextE () in plugins/crashdetect.so
[12:43:09] [debug] #4 f7ab2f82 in ?? () in plugins/crashdetect.so
[12:43:09] [debug] #5 f7f920a0 in __kernel_rt_sigreturn () in linux-gate.so.1
[12:43:09] [debug] #6 f7b43448 in fwrite () in /lib/i386-linux-gnu/libc.so.6
[12:43:09] [debug] #7 f7f86fd2 in _Z18ProcessQueryThreadPv () in plugins/rwthread.so
[12:43:09] [debug] #8 f7f62fd2 in ?? () in /lib/i386-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0
[12:43:09] [debug] #9 f7bd56d6 in clone () in /lib/i386-linux-gnu/libc.so.6

Hope that someone could help me!

PS: I'm using a VPS for testing this, so I can switch easily the UNIX distribution if needed.

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