After many failed incarnations, and so close to the potential demise of the 32 Bit System Architecture, I can now finally announce, the x32 Version of feren OS has RETURNED, being the FIRST feren OS for x32 Machines, since the failure that was the 2015.X Series.
What's so special about this?
To be honest, nothing really when compared to x64, this was meant to be a 1-1 representation of the x64 feren OS Experience, but for x32, albeit with the restrictions that a x32 Architecture gives us and the user. As well as that, x32 and x64 will BOTH share the SAME package-base in the feren Repositories, as packages can be installed differently between the platforms, to make the development between them both easier.
Like I mentioned, there's a few restrictions that had to be put in place for supporting feren OS on x32 Systems, for example, Google Chrome has dumped x32 Support for a while. Therefore, in Web Browser Manager, for x32 feren OS, you WON'T be able to 'Install' Google Chrome from the window, as the button will be disabled on 32 Bit Systems for Installing Chrome, and since Google Chrome's PPA's useless in x32, it has been REMOVED entirely from x32, to not confuse the user when they can't install the package unless they try to download the package themselves.
Why is it 3.4GB..?
I have no idea why it's so big, I've done all the things I remember doing to make Linux Mint 18.2 x64 into feren OS 2017.08 x64, but to x32, but somehow, it's STILL big, and I even compressed in SquashFS FURTHER, too. Well. given x32 isn't going to live for that long in today's world, it's not like it's going to be a problem, for too long. Sorry for the inconvenience of the size.
Oh, and the Download Button is below the x64 Download Button on 'Get It'.
It's great making something for the community that might become quite big and remain for a very long time to continue serving the community and helping Linux as a result.