32Bit Version?

Athanasios Anastasiou shared this question 9 months ago
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Hello

How can I get to the 32bit of the application for Linux? The download links seem to be defaulting to the 64bit versions.


All the best

AA

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Hi Athanasios,


We currently don't build 32 bit versions on linux by default, sorry!

But I'll create a build of our current release for you on 32-bit now and let you know when it's uploaded to github and ready for use :)


Kind Regards,

Michael.

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Awww....Thank you very much guys! :D


My local linux instance where I just want to get a feel about dbkoda is (still) 32bit but the "production" machine where this is most likely to sit on if it "works" is a 64bit, so yeah, a 32bit binary would be really convenient, thank you.


All the best

AA

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Hey Athanasios,


Sorry for the delay, but the 32 bit build is available for download here, however since we don't have a standard testing environment for this architecture, please don't hesitate to let us know if you run into any issues or abnormalities so we can improve the application for you!


Kind Regards,

Michael.

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Hello Michael


Thank you very much for this. Unfortunately, I am getting a "cannot execute binary file: Exec format error"...error.


Any ideas?


All the best

AA

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Hmm, that's odd. I can't reproduce on my 32-bit VM but it could be a compatability issue between the operating system and AppImage. Could you provide more details on what distribution of linux you're using so I can reproduce the issue locally?


You can also try and execute the program locally by using the following commands:

chmod a+x dbkoda-0.7.2-i386.AppImage

./dbkoda-0.7.2-i386.AppImage


Kind Regards,

Michael Harrison.

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Thank you very much Michael, the arch is i686. Yes, this is how I am running the appImage locally.


All the best

AA

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Hey Athanasios,


Sorry for the long delay between responses. I've been unable to reproduce your issue on a few different i686 linux VMs now, and after much investigation haven't really found any leads, sorry to come back to you without a resolution but it might be a very specific compatibility problem, I'll continue to look into it going forward and maybe for our next release we can support a wider range of Linux Platforms.

Kind Regards,

Michael.

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