Re: ia32-libs: Broken on amd64 / Please revert to working and tested version 0.7
There is a bug in the current ia32-libs:
On 5/3/05, Andreas Jochens <email@example.com> wrote:
> Package: ia32-libs
> Version: 1.3
> Severity: important
> The current version 1.3 of ia32-libs is broken on amd64. It is not
> possible to build anything with 'gcc-3.4 -m32' anymore as it used
> to be with the old version 0.7.
> Now you get the following error when trying to compile
> with 'gcc-3.4 -m32':
> /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lgcc_s_32
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> This is not the only problem. The libc.so file is wrong and
> the installation directories for some other important files
> have been changed, so that they cannot be found anymore during
> standard compilations.
> Please revert to the old version 0.7 which worked fine.
> Maybe a few extra libraries could be added to support openoffice.org
> and other 32 bit programs, but please do not change anything else.
> The whole amd64 toolchain depends on ia32-libs via libgcc1 from gcc-3.4,
> because gcc-3.4 Build-Depends on ia32-libs-dev.
> IMHO it is not the right time to experiment with a vital part of the
> amd64 toolchain now. After sarge, things maybe different, of course,
> and some cleanup along the lines of the newer versions
> may certainly be useful then.
> We should really try to get a working and tested toolchain into sarge
> and discuss any directory changes later.
> Andreas Jochens
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