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Fixed by creating /etc/my.cnf prior to installing MySQL only containing [mysqld] innodb_use_native_aio = 0 Source
you can simply specify the architecture via -a in debuild: debuild -a i386 Although in most cases that won't work. pbuilder is a fantastic tool which provides you with a clean Ubuntu/Debian system inside you environment which you can specify the architecture of. man pbuilder has all the info you need you create your 32-bit archive. Here's a couple of ...
It's likely that something this program requires that's available on 14.04 isn't available on 12.04. Most likely, that "something" is LSB compliance (Linux Standard Base) - first thing to try is running apt-get install lsb and seeing if that resolves things. This problem is discussed a few places with definitive word likely to be here: ...
I've read a couple of the answers here and on other threads. What did it for me was to enable virtualization in BIOS like most are saying. However, for some reason, to get it to work, I also had to delete my Windows 7 virtual machine and create a new one (still with the same settings).
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 ...
Obviously the package's name and meta information both tell apt-get that it is a 32bit package, but this was set up falsely by the maintainers. Until they have fixed this and updated their repository with a real 32bit package, I use the following script to verify the package's true architecture: #! /bin/bash dir=$(mktemp -d) debfile="*_i386.deb" cd "$dir" ...
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