[PD] Install 32Bit Pd-extended on 64Bit Ubuntu
agitato816 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 28 13:03:56 CEST 2014
thanks for the answer!:) I have an additional question.
Can I install both version(32, 64bit) of pd-extended on my 64bit ubuntu
Is it causes the system conflict?
On Sunday, September 28, 2014, <zmoelnig at iem.at> wrote:
> Quoting Jonghyun Kim <agitato816 at gmail.com>:
> Hi list,
>> I'm on 64Bit Ubuntu 14.04.1, and I wanna to install 32 Bit Pd-extended on
>> my 64Bit system.
>> I searched forum and internet, but I can't find out the instruction.
> like any other 32bit package you want to install on your 64bit system, you
> first have to enable "multi-arch" for your system,
> and then you can install the 32bit package.
> i don't know the commands by heart, but it's something like:
> # dpkg --add-architecture i386
> there should be plenty of documentation on this subject on the web (though
> probably none related to Pd-extended)
> since Pd-extended has *many* dependencies (and most of them are
> platform-dependent, that is: for a 32bit PdX you need to install 32bit
> dependencies), you might end up having a full-fledged 32bit-system residing
> besides your 64bit-system.
> are you sure you want this?
> (esp. since on recent Ubuntus, you should have most externals available as
> native packages, so you can simply "aptitude install" those that you need -
> in 64bit mode!)
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