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libcap-dev (both 32 and 64 bits) are available in Ubuntu 14.04's main repo. $ apt-cache policy libcap-dev:i386 libcap-dev:i386: Installed: (none) Candidate: 1:2.24-0ubuntu2 Version table: 1:2.24-0ubuntu2 0 500 http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty/main i386 Packages I think you have not enabled the multiarch support leading to ...
As mentioned in the comments, it's not possible to run a 64 bit binary on a 32 bit system. However, a 32 bit build is coming soon, most likely with the next public beta. So just hang on! ;-)
If you do not want to impair your system, than download the deb files an install with sudo dpkg -i your_deb_file but even that is not without risk. Preparing yourself that you could get problems.
The library libidl0 is in the Ubuntu repositories for your Ubuntu version 15.04. Therefore sudo apt install libidl0 Yes, you can use apt since Vivid
Install a 64 bit system. This gives you the option of upgrading your RAM at any point in the future. It also allows you to install 64 bit software which would otherwise not work on a 32 bit system.
I've installed 32-bit versions of Ubuntu on systems with 32-bit EFIs, including both an ancient 32-bit Mac Mini and an ASUS T100. I don't have detailed documentation on how to do it, but I provide an outline in my answer to this question: 32-Bit UEFI Boot Support Either way you do it will involve significant hoop-jumping. My own preference is to stick with ...
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