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I am new to the Utilite and not a pro at Ubuntu so sorry if I got this wrong. I am running the Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 32bit (stock Utilite as far as I know) and am wanting to install some software to watch a camera system. the software is 32-bit but when it tries to install it says "wrong Architecture 'i386'". Any help is appreciated, thank you in advance.

Wed Aug 26, 2015 8:00 pm

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Sounds like that software is not for the ARM Architecture

Sat Aug 29, 2015 5:45 pm

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is there a way around that?

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As duri has indicated, it seems the software binary you are attempting to install is compiled for i.386 architecture. Utilite uses ARM architecture and will not run an i.386 binary. You may consider trying the following.

1. Try to locate suitable software which has a pre-compiled binary for ARM systems. Based on the OS you are using, such a binary must be for Armel and not for Armhf.

2. If your selected software is open source and an ARM binary is not available, then you may be able to compile from source code. It's not as bad as it sounds. If you find something you like, the community will certainly lend a hand to help.

3. If 1 and 2 above are not options. you can try the i386 emulator listed above. The only concern with the emulator approach is there may be a performance penalty. In 2014 Compulab tested the Eltech Exagear i386 Emulator on Utilite, and those tests revealed some performance shortcomings. However, if a free trial period is available, it's certainly worth a shot.

4. If your camera application is security related, you may be able to use the Open Source package called Zoneminder. i ran a test application on Utilite, and Zoneminder worked just fine. See:


Best regards and good luck,

Darryl Hassell

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This is a very helpful blog. Thank you

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