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awarded  Notable Question
May
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comment Why cant apt-get install the i386 version of any package?
@arsaKasra it means that I want the 32 bit version, not the 64 bit version. The package name is right as I pointed out in the link.
May
27
asked Why cant apt-get install the i386 version of any package?
May
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comment How do I uninstall Ubuntu Wubi?
If it makes you feel better, I used your answer to uninstall wubi and instead install Ubuntu on its own partition :)
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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comment How do I create a multiarch deb?
The code doesnt compile under 64 bit.
Dec
26
comment How do I create a multiarch deb?
No, it supports amd64 but requires those additional dependencies. Those dependencies, however, as stated above fail to be recognized.
Dec
26
comment How do I create a multiarch deb?
A program that I created (and cannot release source code for).
Dec
26
revised How do I create a multiarch deb?
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Dec
26
comment How do I create a multiarch deb?
Ah, the critical difference I forgot to mention is that this package does not come with the source. It comes with compiled 32 bit binaries, hence the need to depend on the 32 bit version of the libraries.
Dec
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asked How do I create a multiarch deb?
Dec
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awarded  Teacher
Dec
26
answered How can I create a deb from binaries?
Dec
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asked How can I create a deb from binaries?
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awarded  Student
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awarded  Supporter
Dec
25
comment Why does the MBR return a different offset than Ubuntu's commands?
haha, wow i feel dumb. i was inverting the nibbles, not just the bytes.
Dec
25
accepted Why does the MBR return a different offset than Ubuntu's commands?
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awarded  Editor
Dec
25
revised Why does the MBR return a different offset than Ubuntu's commands?
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