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if you're stuck offline, but can access 3rd-party internet, you can always download your driver as a .run file from the Nvidia website. you'll have to stop lightdm to install, which isn't hard: use Ctrl + Alt + F1 and login to the terminal environment sudo service lightdm stop cd *directory of .run file* *drivername*.run after following the setup ...


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I had the same problem. In my case, I renamed the library libstdc ++ .so. 6 for libstdc++.so.6.old in those folders: ./ubuntu12_32/steam steam-runtime/i386/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/ ./ubuntu12_32/steam steam-runtime/amd64/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ I hope I helped.


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I have the same problem on Arch Linux but not on Ubuntu. On Arch I solved it by using this script to launch Steam. LD_PRELOAD='/usr/$LIB/libstdc++.so.6 /usr/$LIB/libgcc_s.so.1 /usr/$LIB/libxcb.so.1 /usr/$LIB/libgpg-error.so' steam You can adapt and integrate that into /usr/share/applications/steam.desktop or make a new launch script, like /usr/bin/steam-...


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Type 'sudo apt-get install -f' to fix broken packages and it will work. Also refer to https://wiki.winehq.org/Ubuntu for installation instructions. Tested and working. This is my script for wine installation in 14.04 and 16.04. Works EVERY time. sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 sudo add-apt-repository ppa:wine/wine-builds -y && sudo apt-get update ...


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Ok so I don't like the way this turned out (I don't understand how to replicate the results). However here is in general what I've done, I tried re-installing NVIDIA drivers (while running X) obviously that failed, at this point I already has 32 bit libraries installed. On next restart I got blank screen (no way to boot). I unplugged Video card and ...


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steam is a 32bit application, you need the :i386 versions for each package name if you aren't running a 32bit system. sudo apt update && sudo apt install libxtst6:i386 libxrandr2:i386 libglib2.0-0:i386 libgtk2.0-0:i386 libpulse0:i386 libgdk-pixbuf2.0-0:i386 -y


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You can install Ubuntu 16.04 using a compact disk as follows: Power on your laptop/pc Insert the CD Restart laptop/pc Press F2 or F12 continuously Select legacy support priority first Press F10 Wait sometime Now select language & press continue Now select connect internet connection if any & press continue Select installation method & press ...


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i had troubles with Steam installation, i had to create the 32b directory folder with the command "WINEPREFIX="$HOME/prefix32" WINEARCH=win32 wine wineboot" and it actually worked, but when i try to install other apps or games with Wine it gives me the same error msg; "You are using a 64-bit WINEPREFIX. If you encounter problems, please retest in a clean 32-...


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Here is the more detailed version of the problem. I am trying to install Comodo AV for making my communication hardwares free of virus for my Windows OS user friends. However, i am encountering a problem which i can not overcome on my own(sadly, not experienced and knowledgeable enough). After downloading 64 bit version of Comodo AV .deb file and run it on ...


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I've been working on a Xubuntu based distro with a patched kernel integrating Realtek 8723BS WiFi card drivers, and both 32 and 64 bits EFI enabled, among other things. XJUbunTAB Hope you find this useful


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The hang ups most obviously happen because of using the wrong video driver, I had this issue myself as i installed 16.04 on my desktop PC. So open System Settings --> Software & Updates | Additional Drivers Tab and set the driver there to the open source Nvidia driver or the proprietary one. This should fix your problem.


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Your CPU indeed does not support a 64-bit OS because there is no 64-bit in CPU op-mode(s). If your only concern is that the 32-bit version of Google Chrome is unsupported and you are otherwise perfectly happy with 32-bit Ubuntu, then I suggest using the 32-bit version of Chromium, which is supported.


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You don't need to repair GRUB2. Your GRUB2 is fine, but it must be activated in UEFI. (Now that UEFI has replaced BIOS, GRUB2 can no longer install itself automatically. It must be activated. That is one part of what Microsoft calls "Secure Boot".) I recently installed Ubuntu 16.04 dual boot with Windows 10. After the Ubuntu install, Windows was still the ...


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Probably this is only a spell-checking matter of Ubuntu or something has been overseen here : So I assume that grub2 is installed already but Ubuntu is performing in the wrong way the command update-grub instead of update-grub2 ?! Try to run in terminal simply this command when you have entered your password after this, it should work and then you can re-...


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The easiest way to install Ubuntu on a 32-bit UEFI is to: Make a bootable usb from Debian netinstall iso (it supports 32-bit boot) using unetbootin Using unetbootin, overwrite created usb with ubuntu iso. (it's not necessary you will need it, but in my case I had to do this) boot into UEFI shell, select you drive (by entering "fsX:", where X is number of ...


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Yes, a RAM upgrade will always improve performance, especially in your case, where opening multiple large applications slows things down, which is an indication of insufficient memory. You can also check how much memory is in use / available with the System Monitor tool. I'd recommend upgrading to as much RAM as possible (4GB), since Android studio needs a ...


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Delays of intermittent length often indicate a failing hard drive. Check Smart status to be certain. Sadly you may just have to replace the drive. Backup all your critical data as soon as possible as data recovery can be challenging from a failed drive. Source: Experience


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Ubuntu 14.04 or Ubuntu 16.04 64-bit should run OK on your hardware, so there is no point in reinstalling a 32-bit operating system on your Dell Inspiron 1525 laptop. For more information about system requirements see the accepted answer to How do I find out which version and derivative of Ubuntu is right for my hardware in terms of minimal system ...


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Thanks to all for the various suggestions and recommendations. I considered all and then decided to simply reinstall Windows 10. This supports 64 bit and is what I originally had. Apparently (probably my error) I downloaded the Ubuntu 32bit version which would not work with my configuration. Now I can reinstall and do it right. Once again, many thanks ...


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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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