|Subject:||Running 32-bit applications on 64-bit Ubuntu|
|Creation date:||12/14/15 4:35 PM|
|Last modified on:||3/17/16 8:47 AM|
Running Xeams on 64-bit Ubuntu
This page is obsolete. It was created when a 64-bit version of Linux installer
was not available. If you are trying to install Xeams on 64-bit Linux, you should download
the installer from here
The installer for Xeams is built for 32-bit version of Linux. This installer comes with a 32-bit JRE (Java Runtime). The 64-bit version of Ubuntu cannot run 32-bit applications without installing the ia32-libs.
You have one of two choices:
- Download Xeams for Other Platforms. This file does not contains JRE and therefore, you will have to install JRE separately, which obviously should be a 64-bit version. After installing Xeams and JRE modify run.sh to specify the correct path for java and create start-up scripts so that the server starts automatically when machine is started.
- Install the ia32-libs on Ubuntu. Here are some useful links on the Internet that can help you install this library.
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