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I need to run 32-bit on 64-bit Mac OS X. Is it possible? If yes, which version, etc.

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It is possible, though I can't help out more until you tell us what OS version you have and maybe what version. Personally, for Snow Leopard I use XQuartz instead of the X11 that Apple ships (shipped?) with the OS.

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