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Installing Kylix on Linux/x86/64bit computer

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I'm having problems installing Kylix in Linux on a x86/64-bit system.

The thing is that I would like to compile a Delphi written program on a Linux system. I figured that it would be fastest and easiest to install Kylix (not fpc) on the Linux computer as it resembles the Delphi compiler. Unfortunately, when trying to install Kylix on the Linux x86/64bit processor the following message appeared:
{
Checking dependencies...
Kernel version >= 2.2.0....OK
Glibc version >= 2.1.2....OK
X11 Server....OK
Libjpeg version >= 6.2.0....OK
Libgtk version >= 1.2.0....OK

This installation does not support glibc-2.0 on x86_64
}
Could somebody advise me what to do? Does there exist a 64bit version of Kylix? If so, where to get it?
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Geert Gruwez earned 500 total points
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try the lazarus project

http://www.lazarus.freepascal.org/
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Thanks but actually FPC works nice as well. Kylix I won't use.
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