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    Babelfish's Best Boy mherger's Avatar
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    Did you follow the instructions given at the bottom of the above error message? Itĺs the most important of them all.
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    If you're referring to running buildme.sh, no, I didn't do that. This was just an experimental install, and since my experience with running buildme.sh on underpowered hardware like this is that it's a considerable time investment, I thought I'd just post the FYI here.

    I'm assuming that Debian is considered a supported platform, and since it's one of the few remaining distros that supports i386, I thought you'd want to know about the install fail.

    But again, honestly, who knows how many folks still have i386 hardware lying around gathering dust that they'd want to slap a LMS on?

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    LSM 8.3 & i386

    > But again, honestly, who knows how many folks still have i386 hardware
    > lying around gathering dust that they'd want to slap a LMS on?


    I tend to only support a platform once there's been demand for it. But
    the definition of "demand" remains a bit flexible. One voice usually
    isn't enough...

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    > But again, honestly, who knows how many folks still have i386 hardware
    > lying around gathering dust that they'd want to slap a LMS on?


    >I tend to only support a platform once there's been demand for it. But
    >the definition of "demand" remains a bit flexible. One voice usually
    >isn't enough...



    Amen ! I can vouch for that

    The thing is; people with 32 bit "stuff" are being frozen out, all over the place, someone should put Greta on the case

    ronnie

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