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The Studio product includes both 32 and 64 bit versions of the tools, so as you noticed, there is no separate
64-bit version to download. I suspect the problem you are seeing has more to do with trying to debug a core
files on a system other than where the core file was generated. There are many subtle differences in system library
files and interfaces, even within different versions of the same OS, that can make this difficult, but possible
However, trying to debug a Solaris core file on Linux is not something that I think any tool can handle.
When running 32-bit RHEL, you cannot run any 64-bit process, nor can you examine a 64-bit core file.
A 64-bit file from Solaris 10 cannot be debugged on Linux; you should do it on Solaris 10, and preferably
the same Solaris 10 where the core file was generated (at the dbx prompt, type "help core mismatch").
Oracle Solaris Studio always ships with a 32-bit dbx and a 64-bit dbx. On a 32-bit OS, you can only run
the 32-bit dbx, which is what you are seeing. On a 64-bit OS, the default is to run the 64-bit dbx.