64 bit Android SDK in GNU/Linux

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64 bit Android SDK in GNU/Linux

Hi guys Smilie
I've just switched from 32 bit to a 64 bit Arch Linux and I've installed the android SDK but, I can't run the emulator because some lib is missing ( ia32-libs ), if anyone have resolved this problem in a non Debian based GNU/Linux Distro let me know. I've search the web for that lib but it's only available for Debian based Distros, It isn't been ported yet to 64 bit Arch Linux.

Thanks in advance.
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Searching the Web for "arch multilib" yields this.
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Hey man thank you! It helped a lot.
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