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Running 32-bit X Windows application on 64-bit system using bind mount in Linux

We have already seen how to create a debootstrap system and we also learned how to compile a 32-bit application (like Linux kernel) from within the debootstrap system in Debian Linux. In this post we will learn how to run X windows application from a “chroot” system. More here

Step 1: Create a debootstrap system first

The fist step is to create a 32-bit Debian bootstrap system on your host machine. You can follow this link for step-by-step guide on how to do that. You can either create a 32-bit or a 64-bit Debian stable/testing/unstable system. I am assuming that you created a 32-bit Lenny system.

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