Installing 32-bit libraries on Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus12 May 2016
Ubuntu used to have a hackish way to get a 32-bit runtime on a 64-bit system with the ia32-libs package. However, that has been deprecated in favour of MultiArch and now we have the following steps to get things like adb and crclient working again:
- Enable the i386 architecture (as root user):
- Install 32-bit libraries (as root user):
It’s worth noting how it’s similar to how it’s done in Fedora, i.e.
dnf install glib6.i686 and so on.