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I am testing 12.04.1 64 Bit and tried to install the Teamspeak package via Software Center:

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After clicking on "More Info" since the "Install" button was not there I got the following:

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After doing a bit of more search, in Synaptic I found that the package does appear but it mentions it is for 32 Bit only:

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So why does it show on Software Center in the first place if it is only for 32 Bit.

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It appears because there is a package for Teamspeak, but then you get Not Found because it's for 32 bit, that's what i think. – Uri Herrera Sep 13 '12 at 4:13
Same thinking but if we look at it from the End user perspective it will confuse the heck out of anybody new to it. I thought Software Center could somehow differentiate between the apps it had for 32 Bit and for 64 Bit. Or at least a message saying the architecture it was build for. – Luis Alvarado Sep 13 '12 at 4:17
up vote 2 down vote accepted

This has already been confirmed as a bug for software-center which may be resolved in future updates.

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Well that took long. I was looking for it in the same place but could not find it. Thank you ignite. – Luis Alvarado Sep 13 '12 at 5:20

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