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Old 10-06-2012, 09:46 AM   #1
chiendarret
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Running 32bit openGL graphics in Debian amd64


Hello
I would like to run a 32bit graphical program, based on openGL, in Debian amd64.

The program requires libXm.so.3. Is it conceivable to add such a lib into ia32-libs, i.e.adopting the ia32-libs way instead of a 32bit chroot? The latter gave problems in handling the 32bit program in the context of 64bit graphical programs in gnome3 in Debian.

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