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Ubuntu :: 10.10 - Draftsight And Wrong Architecture Install

Trying to install draftsight on my 64 bit 10.10 system to give it a try. I do solid modeling work for a living (Inventor/Solidworks) and have to use Autocad. Ran across this program a month or so ago and really like it. Much less bloated that AC but does a nice job in the 2d world for a basic program. The package installer gives me a wrong architecture message (see attached). I think I had to change that to get adobe AIR installed and wonder if its possible to do the same here.

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