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nciriaco is currently offline  nciriaco
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Hi!

I´m currently running Debian 6 32 Bits as HOST and had a container (Debian 7 x64) as GUEST.

I´ve read in many forums -but this-, and many said to replace the "init" script under /sbin.

My host can´t run 64bits O.S., that´s why I´m running 32 bits one Sad

Any ideas?

Thanks
Re: When Host is 32bits and Guest 64 Bits [message #50692 is a reply to message #50666] Sat, 12 October 2013 08:27 Go to previous message
narcisgarcia is currently offline  narcisgarcia
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If your Hardware Node is only 32-bits capable, you cannot run any 64-bit kernel, and same for any 64-bit executable.

Narcis Garcia
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