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How to enable 32 bit support to a 64 bit Ubuntu system


Days ago I found a problem running a linux binary.

After checking everything I could, it still couldn’t be executed.

$ ./crackme0x00
bash: ./crackme0x00: No such file or directory

I finally realized  that the binary was a 32 bit binary and my system was a 64 bit Ubuntu 17.04

  • After some Google search I found a solution:
    Enable the i386 architecture (as root user):
    dpkg --add-architecture i386
    apt-get update
  • Install 32-bit libraries (as root user):
    apt-get install libc6:i386 libstdc++6:i386



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