How can I get Android SDK for amd64?

by Specter » Sun, 14 Sep 2008 06:10:41 GMT


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 I'm using Ubuntu 8.04 amd 64. I noticed that on the Android SDK
downloading page, there's only one for Linux i386. Could I get one for
amd64 or just use the one for i386 instead? By the way is there any
deb sources for Android development so I can use apt-get to install
them?
Thank you!

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How can I get Android SDK for amd64?

by Raymond Rodgers » Sun, 14 Sep 2008 17:28:59 GMT


 

It will probably "just work", I believe most 64-bit linux distros 
include the 32-bit libs by default for compatibility. I had no problem 
at all getting it up and running under Fedora 9 64-bit.

Raymond

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How can I get Android SDK for amd64?

by Specter Gao » Mon, 15 Sep 2008 04:40:27 GMT


 Thank you~






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