If the 32bit rexxsql isn't dependent on other 32bit code (db drivers?), you can recompile rexxsql to 64bit.

P.S. I don't remember having this much trouble mixing 24bit and 31bit on IBM mainframes.  Selective memory?  
On Nov 17, 2011, at 9:20 AM, Bill Turner, WB4ALM wrote:

Would it be possible to create a   ooRexx-4.1.0-ubuntu1004.x86_32.deb   and add it to the Sourceforge depository so that I can have a 32-bit version of ooRexx 4.1.0 that will run in a x86 64-bit ubuntu 10.04 LTS Linux system?

I cannot use the existing ooRexx-4.1.0-ubuntu1004.x86_64.deb  because I need to be able to use rexxsql.

If If try to install ooRexx-4.1.0-ubuntu1004.i386.deb  I get "Wrong  Architecture"  messages and it fails to install.


/s/ Bill Turner, wb4alm
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