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Can I build Cura for 32bit Linux?

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My printer is out in the cold garage, far away from my modern computers.

I have an old 32bit notebook running Debian Stretch, which is connected to the printer.

I would like to be able to build Cura for this device, is that possible at all?

Printer: Wanhao Duplicator i3 plus.

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This is probably going to be very hard. You will probably need to build a whole bunch of libraries by yourself to get this to work.

If you don't have experience with this, I would not recommend this. We stopped supporting 32 bit as it took way to much time to support and there were only a handfull downloads.

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