Re: amd64 buildd
Kurt Roeckx <Q@ping.be> writes:
> On Wed, Apr 14, 2004 at 05:21:52PM -0400, Camm Maguire wrote:
> > Do you need to use dash?
> No, it was just set up that way.
> > What I'm unclear of is that amd64 appears to be alone in actually
> > requiring pages containing executable code to be mprotected
> > |=PROT_EXEC. This is now done by default on startup for all
> > architectures.
> It's required? I really have no idea about this.
> > > Btw: It there a reason it forced -m64? It shouldn't need that.
> > configure autodetects amd64 and builds 64bit. Is this not the right
> > way to do this? 64bit is much referred for lisp based programs like
> > these -- likely the chief reason people would buy an amd64 to start
> > with.
> Afaik it defaults to -m64.
BTW, just uploaded gcl_2.6.1-37 last night which should work for amd64
out of the box, and carry maxima,acl2 and axiom there too. In case
you have a moment to give it a whirl.
> > > It also seems you need to change your Build-Depends in maxima and
> > > axiom. There shouldn't be a space between the "(" and the ">=" it seems.
> > >
> > Does this foil the parser? I thought it worked correctly.
> Atleast it wasn't working properly for me using dpkg 1.10.18
OK, I'll look at/fix this.
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