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    Installing 32bits python on 64bits distro

    Hello fellows !

    In the frame of my work I have to use a 32 bits version of python.
    I'm running an Ubuntu 11.10 64bits.

    I tried to compiler from sources using this tutorial , but this results in some segmentation fault ....

    Is there a dumb and easy way to have a 32 bits version of python install on my machine ?
    ( ps : I can't use a Virtual Machine )

    Thanks & Cheers

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    Question Re: Installing 32bits python on 64bits distro

    Quote Originally Posted by Faboul View Post
    Hello fellows !

    In the frame of my work I have to use a 32 bits version of python.
    I'm running an Ubuntu 11.10 64bits.

    I tried to compiler from sources using this tutorial , but this results in some segmentation fault ....

    Is there a dumb and easy way to have a 32 bits version of python install on my machine ?
    ( ps : I can't use a Virtual Machine )

    Thanks & Cheers
    Why can't you use a VM?
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