Segmentation Faults On 64bit Linux...?

I just downloaded the demo or Renoise, but whenever I try to run it I get an immediate segmentation fault. I’ve tried using getlibs, but that says that it isn’t missing any dependencies. My computer (well, CPU) is 64bits, and I’m running normal Ubuntu. Here’s an example of what happens: ```
roxahris@roxahris-desktop:~/Downloads/Renoise_1_9_1_Demo$ ./renoise
Segmentation fault

Normal ubuntu or 64bit ubuntu?

I have an idea one or some of your libraries that Renoise depends on is 64-bit. (There is a large chance for this)
It might be a good idea to check if you have the 32-bit variants of the below packages installed:

64bit Ubuntu (Got a bit confused). And yeah, I have got 32 bit versions of those packages installed.

Okay, could this page contain a related problem (and possible solution)?…hl=segmentation

None of those work… All of them just segfault.

You can try to see if you have all dependencies installed using the ldd option at the actual location where Renoise is installed e.g.:

ldd /opt/Renoise_Demo/renoise  

A list with available dependancies should show and if they are installed or missing e.g.: => (0xffffe000) => /usr/lib32/ (0xf7ed2000) => /usr/lib32/ (0xf7eb8000)  
 ... many deleted lines... => /usr/lib32/ (0xf7678000) => /lib32/ (0xf765d000)  
 /lib/ (0xf7f6a000) => /usr/lib32/ (0xf75ea000)  

Most of this information comes from the these sites:
(Ubuntu is a Debian fork)

Running 32-bit applications on a 64-bit Linux system in general requires lots of work to get all of these operating normally.