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Your CPU is not 32-bit. If you have a 64-bit installation, then your CPU is 64-bit. The 64-bit installer will not even boot or run on a 32-bit CPU.


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Apart from being able to address more memory and possible speed improvements, you should download and install the 64-Bit version for your new UEFI capable machine that comes with Windows 8 or a newer version of Windows. While 32-Bit support for UEFI systems is being worked on, there are currently no standard 32-Bit images available that boot in UEFI mode.


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Even I faced the same issue. After lots of searching on the web,I finally realized that virtualization was disabled in BIOS settings which was causing this issue. I Enter in to BIOS settings, search for Virtualization and Enable it. Problem is solved!! !


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You are having a DNS issue, the name resolution is failing. Either you do not have set a valid name server address or your name server is having problem resulting in name resolution failure. You can run the following command to temporarily set Google's free name server as the DNS server but it is highly recommended that you use your ISP provided DNS server ...


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I am not sure why this works..but MACHINE=smarc-samx6i source setup-environment build works alright instead of the given instruction using MACHINE=smarc-samx6i ../setup-environment build.


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I would say that this error is not due to the installation of the ia32-libs package, but it is a problem that has arisen before. Does the error also occur when you try to install any other package? Try this: sudo apt-get -f install If it does not fix it, edit your question with the new info.


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If you extracted perfectly, then go to boot options while restarting the computer(normally pressing f12 or f9 for many computers) and select the flashdrive and install it. If you think you didn't extract it properly, then download "iso to usb" software which makes the pendrive bootable and do the above process.


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The +mac installers are for 64-bit only, since they deal with a problem with UEFI (only 64-bit supports UEFI now). So, there is no separate image for 32-bit. They still exist for 64-bit systems, and be located at an appropriate folder in http://cdimages.ubuntu.com, depending on the flavour. Right now, it seems only Lubuntu and the main Ubuntu images have ...


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You will have to install the 32-bit version. Although techincally possible, it is very hard to emulate an x86 (64-bit) architecture with a 32-bit processor. Some processors might support this, but I would recommend going with the 32-bit option.


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Looking at the steps used, you just have to remove two things: sudo rm -r /usr/bin/utserver /opt/utorrent-server-v3_0/ That's the link you created to the utorrent program and the directory in which you installed utorrent.


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Better re-image your system, all i can understand is that your system and OS is having compatibility issue.. So check one more time carefully and then install it should work


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1. Check that you have burned the correct image Make sure the image that you downloaded was a x32 image. 2. Try reinstalling the image I've used Pen Drive Linux in the past, but for live USBs. Maybe it will help with some issues, but do some research first. I'm not sure if it will work on hard drives since it is meant for USBs.


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The simplest way is to make 2 backups: 1 system backup (use http://CloneZilla.org disk-to-image) 1 data backup (use whatever software you're using now). Read here for more info. Then, boot from the LiveCD, format both sda3 (system) and 4 (swap) (without repartitioning) and continue the install. If anything goes wrong during the installation or if ...



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