Linux Debian 32Bit is no longer supported ???

zelenskyi83

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Hello.

Linux Debian 32bit.

Dash Core

Successfully used and updated until today, when it got out that "unknown version blocks are created, unknown rules are created."

I realized that I was updated.

Went to dash.org/downloads.

And now I can not run a new dash

Gives

Cannot Execute Binary File: Exec Format Error

I shake the archive, unpacking, in the terminal I drive "./dashcore-0.17.0/bin/dash-qt"

Always started so much. And this time such an error. The old version of Dasha is launched with a bang (0.16.1.1).

Sharpecked and tried all 4 Archives: Dash Core X86, Dash Core X64, Armv7, Armv8

Everywhere the same thing ...

What is the matter, brothers, you, removed the support of a 32Bit version of Linux ??

What should I do now?

The old version is still working - but the question of time when it stops (always it was with old versions - they stopped working with me, so I downloaded a new one and launched a new Dash-Qt in the terminal)

And I use PrivateSend - and I really would not want to interfere with my money in the old version and with a mistake that I pointed out at the very top ... I would like to use the latest version.

The folder ".dashcore" did not clean. It seems to me that the problem is clearly not in this.

Dash is designed for anonymity. Return 32bit support. Someone is more convenient to use these systems. I can't put 64bit due to circumstances.

Sorry for my English.

Thanks for the help :-( May I'm stupid ..
 

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It's true some 32-bit downloads were removed from the dash.org/downloads page for space reasons, but the binaries are still built and released.

Please check here: https://github.com/dashpay/dash/releases

32-bit x86 Linux (i686) binary: https://github.com/dashpay/dash/rel....3/dashcore-0.17.0.3-i686-pc-linux-gnu.tar.gz
32-bit ARM Linux (arm) binary: https://github.com/dashpay/dash/rel.../dashcore-0.17.0.3-arm-linux-gnueabihf.tar.gz
32-bit Windows (win32) binary: https://github.com/dashpay/dash/releases/download/v0.17.0.3/dashcore-0.17.0.3-win32-setup.exe
 

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But even phones and pis are 64 bit so what are you using that is 32 bit and why?
 

zelenskyi83

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It's true some 32-bit downloads were removed from the dash.org/downloads page for space reasons, but the binaries are still built and released.

Please check here: https://github.com/dashpay/dash/releases

32-bit x86 Linux (i686) binary: https://github.com/dashpay/dash/rel....3/dashcore-0.17.0.3-i686-pc-linux-gnu.tar.gz
32-bit ARM Linux (arm) binary: https://github.com/dashpay/dash/rel.../dashcore-0.17.0.3-arm-linux-gnueabihf.tar.gz
32-bit Windows (win32) binary: https://github.com/dashpay/dash/releases/download/v0.17.0.3/dashcore-0.17.0.3-win32-setup.exe
Many thanks. All OK.

I downloaded, unpacked, launched the 32-bit x86 Linux (i686) Binary:

I have a huge request for developers. Leave this release with the release of new releases. Under Linux Debian 32bit.

Otherwise, I personally - I just can't use you. And I will have other options (Monero, Zcash, Komodo). Because in my technical circumstances it is much easier than to make 64bits.

And I like it and completely suits your cryptocurrency and I have been using it for 7 years on my 32bit.

But even phones and pis are 64 bit so what are you using that is 32 bit and why?
Because I have a complicated infrastructure that was created 7 years ago, under one of the trimmed and not so easy to put - versions of Linux Debian 32 (something like Tails)

Over time, I will translate the entire infrastructure under 64bit - but in 2020 it is definitely not possible, because This will have to spend a significant amount of time.

With your permission, I will not go into details. But I express my gratitude in advance if you leave a working release under 32bit Linux Debian, which I can always, with any update, easy to run as well as is now a simple unpacking archive and running the Dash-Qt file from the terminal.
 

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Thanks for the detailed message! As far as I know, we will continue to build Dash Core for 32-bit architecture. I am not sure about 32-bit support in the upcoming Dash Platform, it might not be possible for this security reason.