LibreELEC USB-SD Creator Linux 32bit

  • Forgive me as I am a little confused....I am trying to create a Linux 32bit USB on a Linux 64 bit system. I downloaded the LibreELEC.USB-SD.Creator.Linux-32bit.bin file and followed the instructions to change to the Download directory, do a chmod and then run the file as sudo. I get the following error "./LibreELEC.USB-SD.Creator.Linux-32bit.bin: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory"

    Following the same procedure, the 64bit file works fine but does not make a USB that will boot on my 32bit computer...The error I get when I tru to boot the USB is

    This kernel requires an x86 CPU, but only detected an i686 CPU. Unable to boot - please use a kernal appropriate for your CPU. The CPU in the netbook is an Intel Atom CPU N270 @ 1.60Ghz.

    1st question: Will LibreEXEC run on this CPU? and if so...
    2nd question: Why am I having problems with the 32bit USB creation program?

    I thank you in advance!!

  • The 32bit and 64bit USB-SD creator program is only depends on which hardware you are running that program.

    LibreELEC itself is only available for 64bit.