The computer is a Toshiba Satellite system, and it was left here by an old roommate who destroyed the Windows 7 operating system. He repaired it by installing Ubuntu on it. We are in desperate need of another computer, but for now I'm figuring out how to install Chrome on this installation.
Further system information:
- Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS
- Memory: 2.7 GB
- Processor: AMD Turion(tm)II P540 Dual Core Processor
- Graphics: Gallium 0.4 on llvmpipe (LLVM 0x300)
- OS type: 32-bit
- Disk: 154.6 GB.
when trying to install Google Chrome I was asked what download package to choose:
- 32 bit deb (for Debian/Ubuntu
- 64 bit deb (for Debian/Ubuntu)
- 32 bit rpm (for Fedora/openSUSE)
- 64 bit rpm (for Fedora/openSUSE)
So Which one do I choose? I know that I have a 64 bit computer, and Ubuntu says that my OS type is a 32 bit.
Also, is there any way to upgrade to where it recognizes that it is a 64 bit system?