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This is the follow-up for Why I can't see Ubuntu restricted packages, where the sl-modem-daemon package doesn't have the amd64 but only i386 version in Ubuntu. Following -do-i-apt-get-a-32-bit-package-on-a-64-bit-installation, I tried,




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Note that the above answers give accurate solutions for the ONE-LINE-STYLE format .list files; however, the verbose DEB822-STYLE FORMAT needs to use the full Architectures option instead of the abbreviated arch option to restrict the repo's packages to your desired architecture.


There was no file named /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome-unstable.list.Making the same changes in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome.list gave warnings saying that target package is configured multiple times. (in sources.list and google-chrome.list)


(1) The other commands also lists packages having only i386 in their name (although they are for 64bit architecture), the regular expression didn't work and dpkg shows packages which are already removed, but still have configuration files left (dpkg -l shows "rc" instead of "ii" as status).


In case anyone is wondering, there's a much more sane and graceful way to do this. The last previous answer hopes to do the same thing, but that search fails since architectures are not actually part of package names, except in special cases.


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The original 80386 was subsequently renamed i386DX to avoid confusion. However, Intel subsequently used the "DX" suffix to refer to the floating-point capability of the i486DX. The 387SX was an 80387 part that was compatible with the 386SX (i.e. with a 16-bit databus). The 386SX was packaged in a surface-mount QFP and sometimes offered in a socket to allow for an upgrade.


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It is a Trusty Tahr amd64 machine, and it specifically says this, for example, in the aptitude sources.list file. Also, the "About this Computer" in ubuntu specifically says the machine is 64-bit. So, I installed the amd64 packages on the machine. However, when I try to do apt-get update, I get errors such as:


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Thanks to the huge amount of feedback this weekend from gamers, Ubuntu Studio, and the WINE community, we will change our plan and build selected 32-bit i386 packages for Ubuntu 19.10 and 20.04 LTS.


The issue is that the existing sources list file for NGINX has gone stale, and appears to be requesting the i386 package. NGINX does not support i386 on Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic). The solution is to update the sources list file for NGINX.


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Distribution Manager is waiting for package xxx28 content to be prestaged on the distribution point ["DISPLAY=\DP\"]MSWNET:["SMS_SITE=xxx"]\DP. You must manually prestage the package xxx28 on the distribution point before the content will be available.


I just did this migration and originally set the distribution point to enable prestaged content. 90% of the content was restored using ExtractContent.exe but the last 10% had changed since the export took place. Those remaining packages were stuck on "waiting for prestage content" that would never come.


I unchecked "enabled prestaged content" on the distribution point configuration but they still remained on "waiting for prestaged content". I found that you could get it to distribute it you clicked on "redistribute content" but this required getting a list of packages that were stuck, right clicking the properties of each one, visiting the content locations tab, then clicking redistribute on each one.


Waiting for prestaged content Distribution Manager is waiting for package xxxxxxx content to be prestaged on the distribution point ["Display=\xxxxxxx\"]MSWNET:["SMS_SITE=xxx"]\xxxxxxx. You must manually prestage the package xxxxxxx on the distribution point before the content will be available. In Progress xxxxxxx 041b061a72


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