Linux 32 bit runtime error [resolved]

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I've already installed Flow, Snow and Luxe (I really love the names, by the way. So 'naturey') on my Windows machine and have succesfully compiled and ran the empty project as well as the draw test under the native standalone target. However, once I attempt the same on my Ubuntu Linux (32 bit if it matters) machine, which is my primary, I get a failure on application launch:

Could not find primitive snow_init__2.  
Could not find primitive snow_init__2.  
Could not find primitive snow_init__2.  
Could not find primitive snow_assets_image_info_from_bytes__3.  
Could not find primitive snow_io_url_open__1.  
Could not find primitive snow_io_add_watch__1.  
Could not find primitive snow_io_remove_watch__1.  
Could not find primitive snow_io_dialog_open__2.  
Could not find primitive snow_io_dialog_save__2.  
Could not find primitive snow_io_dialog_folder__1.  
Could not find primitive snow_window_show__1.  
Could not find primitive snow_window_destroy_window__1.  
Could not find primitive snow_window_set_cursor_position__3.  
Could not find primitive snow_system_show_cursor__1.  
Could not find primitive snow_system_lock_cursor__1.  
Could not find primitive snow_system_enable_vsync__1.  
Called from LuxeApp::main::LuxeApp.hx::31  
Called from snow.Snow::init::snow/Snow.hx::104  
Called from snow.platform.native.Core::init::snow/platform/native/Core.hx::34  
Error : Null Function Pointer  

It was completely fine during compilation, but once I attempt executing the binary, I get the error above. I can still use the web target fine, so it's not a major issue for me. Just a minor annoyance which I thought would be a good issue to bring to light assuming it's not something I did wrong.

Thanks for your time. :)

By the way, I may as well take the opportunity to quicky say that this piece of software is magnificant. Everything about it is done right and I can't wait to dig into it and do something. This fills a huge gap in the Haxe environment which was so badly needed. Huge thanks to Sven and everyone involved!

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