You need to install the gcc-mutlilib package. Then:
$ gcc -o hello -m32 hello.c
the -m32 flag tells the compiler to target the 32-bit architecture instead of the 64-bit architecture
Also, you may need to take a look at this looooooong discussion:
For kernel compiling, you will need to explicitly specify the architecture:
$ make ARCH=i386 menuconfig
$ make ARCH=i386 bzImage
Happy compiling :)
*** Returning to this issue with Makefiles
$make CFLAGS=-m32 LDFLAGS=-m32
this adds the -m32 option to both the compiler flags and the linker flags
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