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The Corel application needs libgstreamer-0.10.so to start. Install that library. sudo apt-get libgstreamer0.10-0


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Install WMP10 in a separate 32-bit prefix: cd ~/ && wget -q https://github.com/Winetricks/winetricks/raw/master/src/winetricks -O /home/$USER/winetricks && WINEPREFIX="/home/$USER/.wine32" WINEARCH=win32 wineboot && sh ~/winetricks -q wmp10


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Comment moved to this answer. iTunes does not work on Ubuntu even via Wine or PlayOnLinux anymore. You will need to set up a Windows VM on your system, install iTunes in that, and set up USB pass through so the device can be connected to it via USB. Short of this, or using a Windows box there is no other solution to make iTunes work, and believe me I ...


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As of the lastest update, they fixed the bug and steam now works again.


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I solved this issue a different way. I installed 16.04 on a very old computer. I installed the Nvidia legacy driver, and got the blank screen. I installed Lubuntu to use the LXDE desktop. That is working very well for me. sudo apt-get install lubuntu-desktop


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Putting a processor capable of processing 64bit instructions into a 32 bit computer does not turn it into a 64 bit computer. It has to be designed to run 64 bit programs from the start. The HP Mini 110 is a 32 bit computer, so your only hope of running a program that requires a 64 bit operating system is some form of emulation. Virtualbox supports running ...


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This problem also occurs in 16.04 LTS. The problem is that you can't enter the pin when trying to pair the keyboard/mouse in bluetooth settings. Found this solution which works for my own MX 5500 Keyboard and mouse https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/udev/+bug/872940 On 15.10 Wily Werewolf though, the path to the modified file is: /lib/udev/rules....


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I managed to get it to work , by disabling CSM in the mobo options and applying nomodeset. It allowed me to get to the Ubuntu install screen without a problem. Installing it as I type this.


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Here's a transcript showing a bit more about the nature of the problem, and how to fix it as of Ubuntu 16.04. Notice that even though file reports "dynamically linked", ldd reports "not a dynamic executable". $ ./myprogram bash: myprogram: No such file or directory $ file myprogram myprogram: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), ...


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What your CPU supports Your CPU is 64-bit, as are virtually all desktop CPUs made in the last 11 years. The first AMD CPUs to support 64-bit were the Opteron and the Athlon 64 in 2003. The first Intel CPUs to support the current 64-bit instructions were the Pentium 4F and the Pentium D in 2005, and the first Intel Core CPU to support it was the Core 2 ...


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Here's some information about arhitectures that you might find useful. There's a link provided at the bottom that leads to a full article. Which is Better - 32 or 64 Bits? If you are doing heavy work where you have started to hit the 4GB memory barrier, then 64-bit is for you. Certain intensive tasks such as encoding video or audio also run significantly ...


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The Decision It depends on you and the central processing unit. How do you know if you have a 64 bit architecture? Search online for the make / model / brand of your PC and find the processor specs. If nothing is telling you "64-bit" do an online search for the processor name. If you have a 64 bit processor, get the 64-bit version Here is why: ...


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A quick search online would've showed you that it's a 64 system.


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If you are required to have a virus scanner installed by the terms of use of the company you work for, to scan a Windows drive in your PC or to scan files you are going to send to other people and e-mail you are going to forward to other people, I suggest you install clamav. Is an open source antivirus engine for detecting trojans, viruses, malware & ...


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You can simply download it from the web page, I linked it here for you: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/contribute?version=16.04&architecture=amd64 For downloading the server version simply switch out the word desktop with server. And another link which will work as well is this one: http://releases.ubuntu.com/xenial/ Note: To editors,...


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The issue, which I experienced, appears to be related to a lack of 32bit libs. Running strace shows a large number of system calls looking for libraries in '/lib/i686' and '/usr/lib/i686' etc, when i can see that the (64bit) libraries are exclusively installed into /lib/x86-64-linux-gnu/. To fix you may need 32-bit libs on a 64bit Ubuntu, located in the ...


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You need to change some options on the bios setup. While the nuc is starting, press F2 to enter the BIOS setup. Then follow this path: BIOS > Boot > Boot Configuration > OS Selection > set Linux This fixed it. With older kernels there is no need to do this. Source: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1521749 https://bugs....


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Make a temporary directory in your /home folder mkdir ~/tmp Download the driver here and put it in that directory Now extract it cd ~/tmp tar -xf amdgpu-pro_16.20.3-294842.tar.xz Change to the extracted directory cd amdgpu-pro-driver Now run the install script ./amdgpu-pro-install Follow any instructions given and this will install the driver. ...


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You are probably running a 64-bit Linux, but that application you use doesn't support 64-bit binaries for simulation. So just add -m32 to your g++ line. g++ -m32 matx.cpp -o matx As suggested: The ELF file being loaded is a 64-bit file, currently not supported by Multi2Sim. If you are compiling your own source code on a 64-bit machine, please ...



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