I had downloaded Ubuntu the 64-bit version of 12.04 but I have an old computer which does not meet the minimum requirements for 64bit. Can I Install the 32bit version from this download or will I need to download the 32bit version?
I have run into a number of issues with installing debian, and I am at the point where I have to install it 32 bit from a dvd. My system is 64bit, so here's my question: how would I go about installing 64 bit debian with a 32bit cd? I should theoretically be able to do this by merging parts of the 64bit iso with the 32bit iso.
If I install virtualbox OSE on a 64bit oS11.2 installation, is the resulting VM a 32bit or 64bit system? I'm asking as I seem to be having trouble with an app I'm trying to install and want to make sure I've used the correct versions of the files and dependencies.
i want to know if my cpu hardware is 32bit or 64bit...although i know i have installed 32bit Ubuntu 12.04 version on my system,,, yet i m not sure if my system/cpu is 32bit or 64bit,, as in either case, i could have installed 32bit operating sys on it...
1...when i try to check it by lscpu,, it show CPU op mode both 32bit and 64 bit as shown under...what does this mean????
2....architecture says i