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Could you please suggest which version to choose for windows 7 "32 bit" machine

  • #49297
    Rohan Nayak

    HI, I am new to hadoop. I have windows 7 laptop which is 32 bit machine. In downloads tab, there are may versions .But I am not sure which version is
    suitable for 32 bit machine. I am pretty confused.

    So could you please suggest which version to choose for windows 7 – 32 bit machine.


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  • #49299

    Hi Rohan,

    Windows 7 is not supported for HDP.
    You must use Windows 2008 R2 or 2012 64 bit.

    You can run a VM on your windows 7 machine but you will not be able to run HDP on a desktop OS.



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