July 4, 2014

Installed Wrong Version. 32 bit, should be 64 bit.

I installed Ubuntu GNOME Trudy Tahu this evening. I thought I had downloaded the 64 bit version. But the 32 bit version was installed. How do I remove this current version.

How dow I find a true 64 bit version, to put on my USB drive, and have it install that version. I was never asked if I wanted either when I started the installation wizard.

The 64bit version is available on this page:...

The 64bit version is available on this page:
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You will have to download the 64bit version and then go through the install again, wiping the 32bit version first.

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Get it from: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-gnome/releases/14.04/release/...

Get it from: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-gnome/releases/14.04/release/

There is no need to remove 32. Just install in the same place.

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