Linux 32 bit applications *WILL* run on 64bit operating systems.  I do software development for Raspberry Pi and Linux desktop systems in both 32 bit and 64bit versions.     The Raspian version of Debian is only 32 bit, so it will not run 64 bit programs, but the 64bit desktop will run both 32bit and 64bit. The actual executable code must be compiled for the proper architecture for it to work (arm or x86).

Gordon - N1MGO

On 4/12/2018 11:53 PM, tomb18 wrote:
So forgive me but is it the case that the 32 bit elecraft utilities will not 
run on 64 bit operating systems? If that's the case then elecraft will release 
a 64 bit version of the utilities. If the 32 bit utilities  do run on a 64 bit 
OS then what's the point? There is no point. A 32 bit version of their 
utilities will work just as well as just fast over a rs232 connection no matter 
if the OS is 64 bit 128 bit or 256 bit. So the question is will these utilities 
not run on a 64 bit OS? They are 32 bit and run just fine on 64 bit windows.. 
73 Tom

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