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Re: Problems setting up emacspeak with espeak (or eflite)

Tim Cross <tcross@rapttech.com.au> wrote:
> I do know you can run both 32 bit and 64 bit applications on a 32 bit
> system. Might need to play around with getting the crrect library
> paths working etc, but it should be possible without too many
> problems. There are still many apps only available in 32 bit, so I'd
> expect it is a fairly common requirement. 

Those are mostly binary-only, proprietary applications that haven't been
updated for a long time.

In an x86_64 environment, you can indeed run x86 (32-bit) code, as long as you
have all necessary 32-bit versions of the required libraries instead.

I recently deleted the only binary-only program on my system, so I'm now clean
in that respect, i.e., I'm not running anything for which I can't get the

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