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    How to install on 32-bit Ubuntu 18.04.5 ? Theres no install instructions if something needs to be installed and it doesnt install by itself
    running
    sudo ./pt_linux_x86_64_legacy
    comes only this error

    ./pt_linux_x86_64_legacy: 1: ./pt_linux_x86_64_legacy: ELF: not found
    ./pt_linux_x86_64_legacy: 9: ./pt_linux_x86_64_legacy: Syntax error: "(" unexpected


  • #2
    32-bit is not supported. PerformanceTest Linux (non-ARM) edition only supports 64-bit systems. System requirements for PerformanceTest Linux can be found on the download page.

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    • #3
      x84 isnt meaning that its 32 bit and _64 that its also for 64 bit? If thisisnt 32 ibt then where is app where people talk comparing 32 and 64 bit results?
      In linux pages isnt written thate theres no 32 or 86 bit version.
      There the one i Downloaded Legacy x86_64 Version

      https://www.passmark.com/products/pt_linux/index.php
      How to install on 32-bit Ubuntu 18.04.5 ? Theres no install instructions if something needs to be installed and it doesnt install by itself
      running the only file there is doenst give anything
      sudo ./pt_linux_x86_64_legacy
      comes only this error

      ./pt_linux_x86_64_legacy: 1: ./pt_linux_x86_64_legacy: ELF: not found
      ./pt_linux_x86_64_legacy: 9: ./pt_linux_x86_64_legacy: Syntax error: "(" unexpected



      how its possible to understand that somehow this isnt 32bit also if its seperate then others? nowhere written 32-bit version: none. So some needed to work somehow. Its needed to be written.

      Here is about x86 32-bit and x64 64-bit architecture, so if coded for 32, then why not running on 32 bit cpu and 32bit OS?
      https://www.seeedstudio.com/blog/202...e-between-x64/
      Last edited by Kangarooo; 01-19-2022, 10:09 PM.

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      • #4
        x86 means the CPU architecture: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X86
        Its to differentiate from the ARM version of PerformanceTest.

        Probably talking about the Windows version, pretty sure there never was a 32-bit version of PT Linux.

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        • #5
          Yes, thats x86 what is also 32-bit. Why would ever so small app need more then 4GB? I dont see it using all ram in my x64 PT. Dont need to code it in x64. 32-bit app will run on 32 and 64 bit systems. Only reason to make 64-bit app is when it has become so big that using more then 32-bit limit 4GB ram. Theres a lot of computers on 32-bit to test cpu speed.

          Heres people testing 32bit and 64bit system performance on windows. Linux is more then windows used. Just no app makes no results.
          https://forums.passmark.com/performa...chmark-results

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          • #6
            Only reason to make 64-bit app is when it has become so big that using more then 32-bit limit 4GB ram
            Heres people testing 32bit and 64bit system performance on windows
            It wasn't customers writing that post you referenced. That was an analysis I did myself 11 years ago.
            And if you read it, it shows that 4GB memory limits aren't the only reason to use 64bit.

            11 years ago 32bit was still a thing. But it isn't anymore.

            We are tracking 32/64bit usage. in 2011 is was 30% of users. Now it is 0.3% of users.
            And it doesn't make sense to develop new software for 0.3% of the market.
            (in the world of low power ARM CPUs it does a bit, but for x86 it doesn't)

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            • #7
              Tl:dr
              Percentages? Its skewing stats perception.. Like omikron- more people gets sick, also percentage gain in deaths, but if showing in percents, then some might think that dead people ressurecting.
              Its just showing that overall 80% of people you care about is who will have strong dna and not die if about covid and 80% of 64-bit computers.
              Well most new computers are also without video cards or some built in intel, while people use same video card power of 2000- webbrowsing and video playback easy working.
              New users of testing. New computer buyers. Whats wrong with 32bit computer? They are not in linux graph but are in windows graph, just giving to children computers and buying new and doing tests on new not old. But It still runs! Only windows doesnt support 32-bit. Windows 11 even. That didnt killed all 32-bit computers automatically.
              Windows most tested bit stats? Windows even doesnt run anything except viruses on 64-bit. Hehe. So 32-bitters just keep on xp 7 until nothing works, but speed they gain when going to gnu/linux Kubuntu Xubuntu Lubuntu Linuxmint Gentoo Debian Archlinux etc that has 32-bit still. Then can see stats again. Ill help get this 32-bit version test app around.
              Just CPU benchmark Linux test needs >4GB ram?
              Could at least that be made or something not about video cards and other stuff in one big mix why not, but why not to have for some parts test running?
              AMIN question- does it need 4gb more ram? Run at leasnt old computer speed test, for drivers that even dont have 64-bit video card drivrs from whatever year of stats where 32-bit video or no video card computeres were 2000-2010 no video card tests for no video card computers!

              Long answer

              Ah didnt know there was any valid reason for windows like a lot of reasons to use 64 bit app. But is 32 it computers not needing own version and is 32 is dead?
              Windows is dead. Every old 32-bit computer goes to linux. No one will throw them away, but will use as first computer.
              Chrome OS comes. Every new device is android, so linux. Yeah 64 bit, but 32 bit linux stays and only 32 bit windows goes away, like graph prooves that everyone goes to linux.
              Better graph would be how many 64bit computers using 32bit windows went to 64. Cause its a bug in windows, that wont be fixed, but 32bit computers need to go to linux.

              Statistics opinion pools shows only response that people were able to respond to opinion poll. If they had, time, if they were asked on street.
              Same way if theres no app to give 32-bit linux performance test, then theres no opinion of such person been asked.
              So stats shows only shows that from people who didnt had anything more important to do that this topic is for them still mystery or something to research about.
              Who has best asnwer for question, doesnt respond, so allways in opinions are who have nothing to do with their time.
              Opinion stats are just stats of that people like beeing asked questions. Who knows topic for them its childish to even speak about, since has more important things.
              Same here- low speed cpus are not even allowed to participate. And graph is about misdirection of problem- to windows, but topic is about linux.
              Last edited by Kangarooo; 01-23-2022, 03:54 AM.

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              • #8
                Common 64bit hardware has been around for 25+ years, maybe you remember the Nintendo 64. 64bit operating systems have been around for nearly 30 years (including Windows XP 64bit).

                So there really isn't too much old 32bit hardware around anymore (excluding low end microcontrollers for embedded devices).

                I don't think this has anything to do with "omikron" and dead people.

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