[PD] Pd 32bits on a 64 bits Ubuntu system?
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Wed Dec 17 21:53:33 CET 2014
az., 2014.eko aberen 17a 21:01(e)an, IOhannes m zmölnig igorleak idatzi
> On 12/17/2014 05:40 PM, enrike wrote:
>> hi all
>> is there some way to run PD 32 bits on a Ubuntu 64 bits system?
>> sorry if this is stupid question but after a quick search I could not
>> see any recent answer.
> my expertise is Debian only, but should apply to ubuntu as well.
> - make sure you have a recent enough system
> - enable multi-arch:
> $ sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
> - (probably update your apt cache)
> $ sudo apt-get update
> - install the i386 binary:
> $ sudo apt-get install puredata:i386
> make sure to read the multiarch guide .
>  https://wiki.debian.org/Multiarch/HOWTO
I forgot to say I actually need pd-extended. I tried the method you
suggest but with the pd-extended guide for Ubuntu (adding the ppa
etc...) but I get conflicts with some libraries. I just installed the
system a couple of hours ago and I am wondering if it is worth
reinstalling a 32 bit system from scratch
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