[Cin] 32 bit Debian 11 problems

Andrew Randrianasulu randrianasulu at gmail.com
Mon Dec 6 18:11:16 CET 2021

On Monday, December 6, 2021, Phyllis Smith via Cin <
cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org> wrote:

> FINALLY, there is a Debian 11.0 Bullseye 32-bit AppImage for testing at:
>    https://cinelerra-gg.org/download/images/CinGG-
> 20211130-i386-newer_distros.AppImage
> It needs more testing probably.
> You can use apt-offline. Nice guide is here: https://thelinuxuser.
>> com/update-debian-offline/
>> But I didn't test it. Some years ago there was i386 full bd images
>> available and debian can be upgraded using them. Maybe they still available
>> using jigdo protocol.
> *Andrey*, thanks for this tip which will come in handy in the future.  I
> did install apt-offline and then read the directions which were easy to
> understand but required an already installed Debian 32-bit that had
> internet access -- I did not have one easily available yet.
> *Andrew*, the problem must have been like you said, the sse3, because
> when I installed 32-bit Debian 11.0 on a different laptop, CinGG worked.
> How did we get this far using Cinelerra without realizing that the
> computers to use it had to have sse3 ??  This may be why some users try it
> and announce that it doesn't work.  It is kind of funny that I picked the
> only computer in the house that does not have sse3 to initially work on --
> I checked !

I think bug only bites on 32-bit distro AND non-ssse3 (tree s!) CPU. If you
have time you can double-check by booting 64-bit live cd on very same
machine and lauch CinGG appimage from this environment

*MatN*, thanks for patiently installing Debian on your computer and doing a
> bunch of tests.  And helping me get past a lot of problems.  It really
> helped to have your working AppImage for me to test.  If you have time,
> please check this AppImage so that I know it is OK for monthly builds.
> *Andrea*, could you please test too and provide feedback from your
> virtual box (or whatever)?
> *Georgy*, with the hint you provided in an earlier email, I have found
> the way to force EXR and OpenBase to always use CinGG's instead of the
> system's but I have a lot more experimentation left to do to see if this
> will be needed.
> And "no", I did not get the network up yet on Debian as I wanted to
> concentrate on making sure I would be able to create monthly AppImages.
> But MatN had some more hints for me and now it should be easier because the
> laptop computer I am using has a wifi card instead of the wired desktop.
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