Re: chroot and ia32libs combined
Seb <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Another question that nobody seems to mention in the various how-tos is
> what happens if you have say both the same 64-bit app in the main system
> and 32-bit app in the chroot? Because /home is mounted in both systems,
> each version will be messing with each other's config stuff, won't it?
> Say things like ~/.mozilla would change and probably get messed up by
> changes made by each version of firefox. How is that handled?
Even worse is when the 32bit and 64bit ~/.application file are
incompatible. One should consider that a bug but it has happened.
My suggestion is: Don't do it. If you need the 32bit version for
something then use it for everything. The benefit of 64bit is generaly
negible anyway. No point in having say a 64bit and 32bit mozilla.