I've encountered this problem before under Fedora 11, but I've forgotten how to deal with it.
I am running Fedora 13 - 64 bit version. I've encountered the error message
/ld-linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory
This happened with Maple 13. The program itself is the 64 bit version, but the license manager is still the 32 bit version. It also happened with the Adobe Reader 9 I downloaded. (Is there a 64 bit version somewhere?)
I know I have to injstall 32 bit libraries, but can anyone tell me how best to go about it without causing problems? When I try to use System>Administration>Add Remove Programs, it only comes up with 64 bit programs.
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I now remember that I had a similar problem with Fedora 11. In that case, apparently what I did was to install a whole bunch of i586 packages., which duplicated 64 bit packages I already had. But I remember bein concerned that the 32 bit and 64 bit packages had many common files, which were the same, and the ones that were different were in different directories. So presumably what I have to do is find the relevant .i686 packages, and then install them, leaving the common files unchanged.
I can't figure out how to get all those i686 packages. I'm sure I didn't downlaod all the correspondiong i586 packages one at a time. There must be some simpler way to get them. Also, my yum can't find any i686 packages to install. Do I just have to get them as rpm packages?
Surely someone must have set up a convenient workaround for all of this? Where is it?