Author Topic: Unecessary hurdles: Linux 32bit?  (Read 920 times)

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Offline abit

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https://github.com/bitshares/bitshares-2/releases

I don't even know there is a pre-built Linux binary for download. I know these is somewhere a PPA provided by community though.

//Update: so the binary on the download page is light wallet. The PPA I mentioned is full node.
« Last Edit: March 10, 2016, 09:53:38 pm by abit »
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Offline davidpbrown

Is there current 32bit version available for Linux? https://bitshares.org/download/ appears to offer only something with a filename as _amd64. Instructions to build 32bit perhaps would do but those aren't available directly, which makes it harder work than is needed. Having a repository available would help user adoption too.

Then, I wonder the wallet location could be more obvious and the worry of over installing an older version of 2.0 could be disappeared with a clearer how-to.
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