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Get the 32-bit installer from http://boxen.math.washington.edu/home/sagemath/sage-mirror/linux/32bit/index.html or another repository. You must install 32-bit apps only on a 32-bit operating system; the original install failed because you can't install 64-bit code on a 32-bit OS.
I thought your question was interesting so I decided to look into it myself. What I found was this answer, and it rather looks like it might apply to your question, while at the same time offering others such as myself an interesting capability I never knew I had! http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4702216/controlling-a-usb-power-supply-on-off-with-linux
sudo deluser is the command you need to use to remove a user.
Nope. These answers are wrong. You need to install bumblebee instead of NVIDIA drivers. Bumblebee is used with NVIDIA Optimus Graphic cards. Your output shows two video cards. Remove NVIDIA Drivers and install bumblebee.
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