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Old 01-21-2006, 03:08 PM   #1
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32-bit Firefox under AMD64

Last week I made a post where I said I couldn't get Firefox's bin file to run. I figured it out though, when I found about a method to run 32-bit programs with the IA32 libaries, under AMD64 systems, like mine.

This page explains it in detail. I also used the same shell-script method described to run Thunderbird.

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