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Can't run “dpkg --add-architecture i386” on 12.04 64-bit to run eclipse ADT

Running ubuntu 12.04 64 bit. I am trying to follow the steps written at the end of this page under the Heading : Installing Android SDK compat libraries. I am doing it in order to solve this problem. ...
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Multiarch On 64bit Ubuntu 13.04 [duplicate]

I'm trying to get the 32 bit libaio1 package on 64bit Ubuntu 13.04. Is this possible, and if so, how? I read a thread on multi-arch and it makes it sound as easy as running sudo apt-get install ...
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32-bit application (timeEdition) stopped working on new hardware

I got a new laptop and copied the partitions of the old harddisk onto the new one (/ and /home) and everything works, except 1 application that won't start anymore. It is an old (2009) time tracker ...
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How do I install 32-bit packages on 64-bit Ubuntu? [duplicate]

I am using the 64-bit version of Ubuntu, but I need to install a 32-bit version of a package to use with a proprietary extension for it, which is only available in 32-bit. How can I install the 32-bit ...
2
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1answer
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How should I fix libraries that can't be found because of multiarch naming?

I've run into this problem a few times now. I have some program that is looking for a library and can't find it, even though it is in /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu. Maybe this a flaw in the way the ...
2
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1answer
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Difference between installing libx:i386 and lib32x

There's a series of libs available in the Ubuntu repositories like lib32stdc++6 and lib32ncurses5. You can either install these on a 64 bit system, or go for installing libstdc++6:i386 and ...
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“Depends: ia32-libs-multiarch but it is not installable” - Solution

I noticed this on 12.10 trying to get the Android SDK working. For 64 bit versions, it is required to install: sudo apt-get install ia32-libs However, under 64bit 12.10, I got the following error: ...
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how to remove a foreign architecture?

On Ubuntu 12.04 LTS x64, we'd like to remove the i386 foreign architecture it comes with, but I don't see a "dpkg" command to do this cleanly. In Stuck with foreign-architecture=i386 when using ...
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1answer
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Can't chroot to recover Ubuntu 64 bits

I was trying to get steam for linux to work on my Ubuntu 10.04 LTS 64 bits system. I installed these three (some 32 bit) packages: http://packages.ubuntu.com/quantal/libc-bin ...
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How can I install both 32 and 64 bit versions of the same -dev package?

I'm trying to install libsqlite3-dev for both i386 and amd64 on the same Ubuntu 12.04 machine. I'm developing an application that uses sqlite3, and want to compile and test both the 32-bit and 64-bit ...
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Can I install `libssl-dev:i386` on x86_64 system without losing important packages?

On my x86_64 12.10 system, when I try to apt-get install libssl-dev:i386 apt wants to remove a bunch of things: The following packages will be REMOVED: build-essential dkms g++ g++-multilib gcc ...
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How can I switch a 64-bit installation to a 32-bit one?

I want to turn my 64-bit installation into a 32-bit one. So far, I've tried to install a 32-bit kernel using this command: sudo apt-get install linux-image:i386 linux-image-generic:i386 ...
2
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1answer
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Why does Update Manager install the i386 version of Skype on an AMD64 system?

Update manager just updated the skype-bin package. I was surprised to see that it is an i386 version and not the 64 bit version given that Skype is now multiarch. Can someone explain why? Does an ...
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Ubuntu app stores and 32 and 64 bits apps

Is there any tutorial to submit applications in multiple architectures ? if only one architecture is submitted, I guess 64 bits is recommended today ? (do we have stats on how many users use 32 vs ...
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1answer
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How can I get 32-bit program to run on 64-bit Ubuntu?

Sorry to be asking this, but I have read quite a few posts and articles a lot of places wrt the issue I am having, to no avail. I am trying to get a Second Life Viewer (Firestorm) to run, and just ...
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Can't install Skype because of 'ia32-libs-multiarch' several dependencies

I'm trying to install Skype in 12.04LTS. It fails to install from the Software Center, complains about skype-bin being a virtual package. skype-bin fails to install from apt-get, requires ia32-libs. ...
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Cannot install Android 2.3 libs dies to missing ia32-libs-multiarch

I need to get my box up to par or android development, but cannot get ia32-libs to install for the life of me. Can anyone help? The error Android's tool gave me was Stopping ADB server failed (code ...
2
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1answer
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Is it OK to remove appmenu-gtk and install appmenu-gtk:i386?

I wanted to eliminate some skype errors and by installing the appmenu-gtk:i386 package the errors were gone! These were the errors: $ skype /usr/lib/gtk-2.0/2.10.0/menuproxies/libappmenu.so: wrong ...
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Can I upgrade Ubuntu 12.04 from 32 bit to 64 bit? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is it possible to “upgrade” from a 32bit to a 64bit installation? There was a similar question for older Ubuntu versions, but not for 12.04. Multiarch is ...
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How do I install a 32-bit proprietary deb on a 64-bit system without causing dependency problems?

I know Guitar pro doesn't support 64 bit, but i did get it to work with this command jeggy@jeggy-XPS:~$ sudo dpkg --force-architecture -i GuitarPro6-rev9063.deb [sudo] password for jeggy: Selecting ...
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Multi-Architectures and Their Binaries

Why is there a /usr/lib and a /usr/lib32 directory but only a /usr/bin and no /usr/bin32 directory on a AMD64 64-bit-install of Ubuntu? If or when Debian/Ubuntu start supporting ...
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1answer
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running a 32 bit .bin file on 64 bit Kubuntu

I am running a 64-bit version of Kubuntu 12.04. When trying to run a 32-bit .bin file I am getting the following error: $ ./jdevstudio11121install.bin ./jdevstudio11121install.bin: No such file or ...
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Updates listed but not installed

After upgrading to 12.04 Gnome Classic amd64, several updates are listed in update manager, but do not install. In my x86 upgrade this is not happening. The amd64 upgrade is a disaster with many ...
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i386 deb package for amd64 machines [closed]

I am building an application and I want to build a DEB package, but I have a problem... I want that the DEB package can be installed both 32 bits machines and 64 bits machines. Then I build a 32 bits ...
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How do I install a 32-bit Java runtime on an amd64 server with multiarch?

I'm a long time Ubuntu user, but I haven't been following the community for the last several versions. I just did fresh default minimal amd64 install of Oneiric and I need a 32-bit JRE for a ...
3
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1answer
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Are there any kernel optimization for multi-arch?

I just discovered that Synaptic on my Oneiric installation displays about 55 thousand packages instead of 35. About 20 of these have a name ending with :i386. I also recently read in the Oneiric Beta ...
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Why is synaptic downloading packages for both amd64 and i386?

I'm running Oneiric 64-bit, and since I've upgraded I notice Synaptic has split the repositories into 64-bit and 32-bit, but it's downloading archive lists for both of them, taking twice the time as ...