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I cannot get unrevoked 3 to run on either my laptop or desktop which both run 64 bit Ubuntu.

Is there a dependency I need?

I download and extract to ~/Downloads

cd ~/Downloads
gksu ./reflash

...and nothing happens.

Based on this Ubuntu forums thread, it seems to be a conflict between 32/64 bit. Is there a way to get this 32 bit application working on my 64 bit system?

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Is this still an issue for you? I see AskUbuntu does have (at least) one question that could be relevant, Running 32-bit app under 64-bit linux, but I'm not sure if the answers there will help you get Unrevoked working, specifically. – eldarerathis Dec 5 '12 at 1:00
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unrevoked needs 32bit. That is all.

I ran it on a 32 bit live cd.

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I was able to run it under Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit after installing the 32-bit shared libraries:

sudo apt-get install ia32-libs

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