<pre>> Hi Michael.<br>> <br>> Thank you for your reply so far...<br><br>>><i>I would recommend trying the 64-bit binaries: <br></i>>><i><a href="http://www.squeakvm.org/squeak64/">http://www.squeakvm.org/squeak64/.
</a> I have used this version of Squeak on</i><br>> an AMD-64 machine without any problems.<br>><br>> This site has Squeak3.8g-6548... <br>> I understand that our 3.9, 32bit, image should not run under this squeak
<br>> anyway?<br>> We did try that build. I can't remember the errors we've got; but it didn't<br>> work. We could try it again and report the errors if need be..<br><br>Yes, please report those errors so we can help you further.
<br><br>The VM version does not need to match the Image version. In fact, at the<br>moment I'm running a Squeak VM version 3.3 on my PDA with the 3.8 image,<br>and it works fine.<br><br>The 64-bit VM can run both 32-bit images and 64-bit images. Unfortunately,
<br>I can't remember how this worked. If I remember correctly, you could compile<br>two binaries - one for 32-bit images and one for 64-bit images.<br><br>I also believe that the 64-bit VM was originally made because the 32-bit
<br>VM didn't work at all on 64-bit architectures. Can anybody else confirm<br>this?<br><br>Also make sure that you have the ia32-libs Ubuntu package installed - <br>this may magically make the 32-bit VMs work.<br><br>