My installation of refbase is hosted on a (shared) web server which runs on 64-bit Linux. This is supported by the latest version of bibutils (http://www.scripps.edu/~cdputnam/software/bibutils/), but the older version recommended for refbase (http://bibutils.refbase.org/) does not include x86_64 binaries.
Does that mean that in this case, building directly from source is currently the only way of installing bibutils?
That's certainly not a bad way. Many linux distributions maintain 64-bit versions of bibutils. You may be able to get your system administrator to install it from a package manager or download the executables and extract them yourself. If your system has the needed 32-bit libraries installed, you can also just use the 32-bit version of bibutils.
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