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Check if my machine is 64-bit capable on Linux (Ubuntu)?

Similar to this question, I have a 32-bit OS (Ubuntu), but I want to know if my machine is 64-bit capable... I checked out the question, but the answers are Windows-specific... I also checked this ...
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Is it ok to install a new 64bit (K)ubuntu version over an existing 32 bit one?

My current OS is a Kubuntu 12.04, 32 bit version; since my hardware is at 64 bit, and with the next Long Term Support release approaching, I'm considering to upgrade with a 64bit over a 32 bit copy. ...
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How do I know if my Linux system can run both ELF 32-bit and ELF 64-bit binaries?

It appears that I can run both ELF 32-bit and ELF 64-bit binaries on my Linux host. I am running on pretty vanilla Linux boxes (Intel hardware, RedHat 64-bit kernel, etc.) How is that possible? Is ...
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libcrypt.a undefined reference to NSSLOW_

We have centos6 6.5 64bit server. It had been setup for 32bit development. Our project is statically linked. a team member installed the most recent openssl, openssl-devel, and openssl-static 64bit ...
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Run the 32bit userland instead of the 64-bit one in a 64-bit linux environment

This may be the opposite of a question, but I was wondering if there is anyway to run a 32bit userland instead of the 64-bit one in a 64-bit linux environment. I could run 32-bit software via ...
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Install debian 64 bit with 32bit cd

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 ...
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rsync expanding remote directory with local username?

I am new to rsync but attempting to setup a backup server. User names follow this basic idea: remote user: computer local user: computer-bkup. When I run $ rsync -avz -e ssh ...
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How to install .exe on ubuntu 12.04

I am a complete noob at Linux so the simplest answer is the best answer! I need to use Galfit on my laptop. I made a virtual machine (ubuntu 12.04 on vmware player) so I could test if it works ...
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Does 64bit GNU/Linux have better performance?

I had 32bit Ubuntu (with Xfce) and now I switch to 64bit Xubuntu and I'm not sure but I think that 32bit had better performace, but just a feeling. I want to know which one 32 or 64 will give better ...
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How to install a 32 bit version of perl on 64 bit Cent OS server?

I want to install 32 bit version of perl on my Cent OS server which is of course of 64 bit..Output of perl -v is [root@M-229 ~]# perl --version This is perl, v5.10.1 (*) built for ...
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Mounting +2.2 TiB Volumes on 32-bit ArchLinux

I've recently setup a 32-bit Arch Linux installation for home server usage. When attempting to connect and mount my 3 terabyte external USB harddrive, I am notified that volumes above 2TiB are not ...
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Is my CPU 32-bit or 64-bit? Output from lshw, lscpu, getconf and /proc/cpuinfo

I use Debian squeeze on a Toshiba Satellite. I want to know FOR SURE if my CPU is a 64 bit or a 32 bit. I ask this here because I am now very confused. What follow are the outputs of four different ...
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Is my laptop processor 64bit?

I have a Lenovo Ideapad Y510. I have always used 32bit OS in it. Yesterday I came across this detail of my laptop and it says processor of my laptop is 64bit (hope I have not misinterpret anything) so ...
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Is 64 bit GNU/Linux faster than 32 bit?

I have 32bit Ubuntu on AMD 64 machine, if I install 64 bit GNU/Linux will it will run faster?
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Install Intel Corporation Mobile 4 Series Chipset [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What is the best answer for: “my Internet is not working”? My video is not working properly, I don't have the right resolution to choose and I lost visual ...
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Is it safe to have 32-bit libs in 64-bit Linux?

I am running Fedora 16 x86-64. Wanting to run some games that were released for 32-bit Linux, I've installed the 32-bit versions of the required libraries. Works very well. My question is; In the ...
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Upgrading to 64-bit hardware underneath 32-bit operating system

I have a home file server which was previously running on an Athlon XP cpu (Socket A). The operating system on it is Ubuntu 10.04 (LTS), 32-bit, server-flavor. I believe the motherboard has died and ...
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Macbook 13" - 32 bit or 64 bit? how do I check?

I don't know how to check if my Macbook 13" white is 32-bit or 64-bit, how do I check that for any Mac or Linux system?
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How large is the performance loss for a 64-bit VirtualBox guest running on a 32-bit host?

I have a 64-bit Virtualbox guest running Gentoo Linux (amd64) and it is currently hosted on a 32-bit Gentoo laptop. I've noticed that the performance of the VM is very slow compared to the ...
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Does a 64bit OS consume more memory for exactly the same funtionality? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Do I need more RAM for programming if I switch to a 64 Bit OS? I haven't done any proper clinical analysis but the first time I booted a 64 bit version of Linux some ...
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How to enable 32-bit binary compatibility on Linux Mint 11 x64

I've recently installed x64 Linux Mint 11, basically Ubuntu Natty. Since the install I've found that 32-bit applications which used to run on my Ubuntu system are rejected by my Mint 11 system. When I ...
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Debian 6 installer 32Bit vs. 64Bit

I am a little confused about the Debian installer. I chose the i386 release of Debian 6, downloaded the ISO and installed in a Core2-Quad with 4Gb of RAM. That lead me to a System with a 64Bit Kernel ...
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Should I install 32-bit or 64-bit Linux? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Should I choose 32 or 64 bit for Linux? I have a three-years-old Dell box with an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU and maximum 4GB RAM. I want to install Linux on the system but am ...
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Is it possible to change from i686 (32-bit) to x86_64 Linux without a complete reinstall?

I just bought a new laptop and installed Fedora 14 on it. I now just noticed that I must have been very sloppy when selecting the download CD, because somehow I managed to install the 32-bit i686 ...
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Debian without basic commands: 'No such file or directory'

My new VPS is running Debian 5.0 (bash 3.2.29), and some commands seems to be missing. For example the ps command is not here, neither is ls (but dir works). Is there a package missing or what's the ...
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Linux command to return number of bits (32 or 64)?

What is a Linux command that I can run to programmatically return either 32 or 64 to indicate whether the processor is a 32 bit or 64 bit processor?
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With 64-bit Linux, what can I NOT do that I CAN do with 32 bit Linux?

The specific question is about Fedora 13 on a Dell Precision M4500 with a Core i5 processor and only 4 GB of RAM. It will dual boot with Windows 7 which will be the 64-bit Win7. I understand that ...
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Different commands shows different results. If my linux 32 bit or 64 bit?

The system of my VPS is centos 5. I want to know if it is 32bit or 64bit. > uname -a Thu May 13 13:49:53 EDT 2010 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux looks like 64 bit. But > getconf WORD_BIT 32 ...
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Is there a performance hit using 32 bit Linux on a 64 bit CPU?

I'm running 32 bit Ubuntu 10.04 with 2GB RAM. Is my processor (AMD Athlon 64 X2) running sub-optimally? Given that a larger addressing space will make no difference to me (right now) would there be a ...
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negative effect of running PAE kernel?

Fedora, and other distros install a PAE kernel if the hardware supports it. Are there any negative effect on running a PAE kernel on a machine with less than 3-4Gb ram ?
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Installing and using 32-bit software in 64-bit Linux

Is there a way to install and run i386 software packages inside an AMD64 version of Xubuntu (v9.10)? Just to get an idea, how much effort would it require to port it to something usable within the ...
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What advantage to I have if I use 64bit libraries?

I see many people go crazy about 64bit libraries, and preferring them in general to the 32bit counter parts. I realise there is a lot of talk that gets lost in translation, and that the 64bit can be ...
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Can I run 64-bit executables on a 32-bit Linux?

If yes, how? OS: 32-bit Red Hat Enterprise Linux Client release 5.4 (Tikanga)
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Difference in performance, if any, in 32 and 64-bit versions of Ubuntu?

I have an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz, and as far as I remember I installed the 32-bit version of Ubtuntu 8.04. I have been upgrading since. I was just wondering if 64-bit Linux provides any performance ...
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Linux in VirtualBox

I've got virtualbox, I've got a linux iso. and when I go to start my virtual machine and install linux, it says "This kernel requires an x86-64 CPU, but only detected an i686 CPU. Unable to boot - ...
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Installing 64-bit Ubuntu alongside 32-bit Ubuntu?

I have a 64-bit processor in my PC, but because of worries over application compatibility, up until now I have been using 32-bit Ubuntu (and 32-bit Vista because Dell wouldn't sell me 64-bit with my ...
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How do I install a 64-bits kernel in my Ubuntu?

I'm running in a machine with a 64bits CPU, but my kernel shows me (when I use uname -m command) that I'm running on 32bits (686). How can I change the kernel version to use all capacity of my ...
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How do I know if my linux kernel is running in 32bit or 64bit?

When I do a cat in /proc/cpuinfo it shows a line with clflushsize : 64 Does this mean my kernel is running in 64 bits?
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Should I choose 32 or 64 bit for Linux?

I own a Linux workstation which currently has 4 GB of RAM and planning to go for 8 GB in the near future. CPU is a Core2Quad Q9550. Should I install a 32 or 64 bit variant of Linux?