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Installing 32bit libs works on a 64bit processor because 64bit is a superset of 32bit CPU instructions. However ARM CPUs use a different instruction set. Even if you installed the libraries, you can't use them without also emulating a 32bit x86 CPU for everything to run through. You can do that with Qemu (or another virtualisation option that supports ARM ...
I have found the answer to this issue, there is a source repo on Sourceforge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/libpng/?source=directory The trick when you install the shared object is when you have it installed, you have to run ldconfig before the system sees it.
When you run Sentaurus Project/Operation/Run, you can encounter the libmp.so.3 error below: sprocess: error while loading shared libraries: libmp.so.3: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory Install libmp3-5.0.5-48.1.x86_64.rpm. Google this or see this link to download the package and see this link for the instruction to install the ...
sudo cp /usr/bin/YourGccVersionLibrary/lib64/libstdc++.so.6 /usr/bin/YourGccVersionLibrary/lib64/libstdc++.so.6.0.20 /usr/lib/x86_64_linux-gnu/
I know that it's a little bit late but, if it can be useful for someone else, I had the same issue, and in my case it was due to my ubuntu x64 version. I've just to install the package for i386 architecture and it was done. So just install all packages missing with ":i386" at the end of each apt-get install command (example : sudo apt-get install ...
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