On 2018-04-15 20:04, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> No, I have no i386 system here.  The only intel stuff in this
> system is some of the peripherals on the motherboard, all systems
> in this house are amd.

In this case, "i386" refers to a 32-bit system and "amd64" refers to
a 64-bit system.

As you mention it's a 1994-vintage machine (and here I thought *I*
ran old machines with a 32-bit Celeron laptop from 2001 on my desk;
1994 is downright amazing!), I'm nigh positive Mirabilos hit the nail
on the head and that you're trying to run a 64-bit executable on a
32-bit processor.  If your processor (or OS) is 32-bit, the 64-bit
executable won't work for you so you'll need to get a 32-bit build.

-tim





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