Re: ia32 chroot caveat(s)
Francesco Pietra <email@example.com> writes:
> This confirms that I was right in reserving the 64bit machine for 64bit
> applications and the 32bit machine for 32bit applications. It is easy to
> communicate between the two.
> Because the calculations at 64bit are long lasting, I use a usb card reader to
> exchange files, but nothing prevents intercommunication between the two
> My only worry (or curiosity) in these affairs is the role of the lib32
> provided on base installation of amd64 etch. There must be something using
> them (i have not investigated) maybe the video, as jame suspected? If used,
> this does not appear to be a pure 64bit system. Can lib32 be apt-get remove
> without preventing functions? I am not going to investigate.
> francesco pietra
A base installation should have no lib32. The /*/lib32 links belong to
libc6-i386 and are not installed by default.