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That depends entirely on the file system you use. See this list of file systems and their limitations.


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32bit and 64bit are classed as different CPU architecture. You will have to perform a clean install. However if you just want to run 32bit programs you can install ia32-libs-multiarch to add 32bit support to the 64bit OS sudo apt-get install ia32-libs-multiarch


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It's gone! whoopsie is definitely not installed on your system any more as I get a ton more when I do a locate whoopsie! (For the low quality queue reviewers: Yep, that's it. That's all the user was asking)


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Short answer: YES. The limit of 32bit is exactly 4Gb. In case of Ubuntu even a bigger amount of ram can be used with 32bit if you are running a so-called 'PAE' kernel. The installer is smart enough to choose for you the best kernel based on the ram amount.


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32-bit processors can access 4GB of RAM maximum without PAE (physical address extension). With PAE, it can access 64GB of RAM.


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It is not advised to install an older version of Ubuntu unless it is still supported (like 12.04). For a machine with low system specs, it is better to install an up to date but lightweight flavour of Ubuntu like Lubuntu or Ubuntu MATE.


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Partitioning is very much the same in Linux as it is in Windows. They just use different names for things. The easiest thing to do is to go back in to Windows, find the Disk Management control panel, and create some free (unallocated) space on your drive for Ubuntu to work with. If you have removed everything off your Drive G: in windows, go ahead and ...


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You note that all of the space aside from your Win8 installation is in a single form. Is that form "unallocated space"? In that case you can choose that space as the space used by the Ubuntu installation. To do that, follow this link and go to step 4: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/install-ubuntu-desktop The second part of your question is that ...


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You can run 32 bit or 64 bit Ubuntu if you have a 64 bit system, but I suggest installing 32 bit if your notebook only has 1GB of RAM (according to karel). 64 bit Ubuntu would lag if you don't have enough RAM. I would recommend 64 bit if you have 4 or more GB of RAM. Hope this helps!


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Try do add the following line before apt-get update in your Dockerfile: RUN echo "deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu precise main universe" > /etc/apt/sources.list


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Your notebook has 1GB RAM according to Google, not enough RAM to install a 64-bit operating system. Because of the limited amount of RAM Ubuntu will lag on this laptop. If you want to improve your laptop's performance, you have a choice of installing either Xubuntu 32-bit, which is comparable to Windows Vista in look and feel or Lubuntu 32-bit, which is ...


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On 12.04 server I had to run the following: sudo rm /var/lib/apt/lists/* sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ia32-libs


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You don't need to add the architecture to install the Skype package itself, but you do need it to install all the dependencies. Also note that you don't need GDebi - the Software Centre is perfectly capable of handling deb files.


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create a shell script : #!/bin/bash # # set export ANDROID_EMULATOR_FORCE_32BIT=true export ANDROID_EMULATOR_FORCE_32BIT=true /opt/adt-bundle-linux-x86-20140702/eclipse/eclipse Change the shell script to executable and run it to launch eclipse /opt/adt-bundle-linux-x86-20140702/eclipse/eclipse is the path to the eclipse executable.



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