On 06/03/2010 03:20 PM, Mario Andes wrote:
> The printer is a Brother monochrome laser.
> Brother suggests to force dpkg to install the package despite of the wrong
> system architecture. I don't like that idea. One don't know in which
> the software will crash!
> Thu, 03 Jun 2010 20:59:12 +0200, Eberhard Roloff <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> On 06/03/2010 08:43 PM, Mario Andes wrote:
>>> Hallo folks,
>>> Lucid Lynx works fine on my Thinkpad T61. Currently using 2 cores.
>>> My problem is the printer driver which don't support 64bit and it's
>>> important for me.
>>> Is it possible, to switch the whole system globally from 64bit to 32bit?
>>> The installed software will not work with only 1 core.
>>> Is it possible, to do a system update after switching to 1 core withthe
>>> repair action of the ISO?
>> Convert from 64bit to 32bit means a completely new
>> installation. But you can continue to use your data, if this
>> is located on separated partitions.
>> Which printer and driver are you trying to use?
>> Maybe you can compile the driver for 64bit?
>> Kind regards
I have used "force" with no problems so far. You can use
32-bit software on a 64-bit machine, but not the other way
round. The 32-bit software won't run as fast or as efficiently
as 64-bit software.
Similarly, you can pour 1/2 gallon of water into a 1 gallon
bucket, but you cannot pour 2 gallons of water into a 1 gallon
bucket and expect it to hold it all.
That is just a fact of life.
"PC, "Where would you like to go today?" ...
Mac, "Where would you like to be tomorrow?" ...
Linux, "Are you guys coming, or not?""
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