Re: ia32-libs, where are they ?
Am Montag, 9. April 2007 05:21 schrieb Goswin von Brederlow:
> email@example.com (Hans-J. Ullrich) writes:
> > Hi all,
> > I had to setup my system new. (debian-amd64 on AMD64 X2) To get a
> > 32-bit-application running, I had to install ia32-libs. But take a look
> > of the snapshot with strace:
> > You see, there are some libs missing below /emul. I remember in
> > earlier times there where more ia32-libs. But now the packages are
> > gone.
> > Does someone know, where to find them ?
> > Especially libopenal is needed. If they are gone, I could install a
> > chroot and link to it. Maybe this should work, too.
> > Regards
> > Hans
> Afaik it never was part of ia32-libs and afaik we never reduced the
> set of libraries in ia32-libs other than drop libfoo0 while keeping
> libfoo1 because debian i386 droped it ages ago already ('foo' just
> being an example name). The only other reduction were libraries that
> started build 32bit natively, like libc6-i386, lib32z1.
> You have a few choice to solve your problem now:
> 1) make a chroot
> 2) copy the lib manualy to /emul/ia32-linux/usr/lib and run ldconfig
> 3) use 'deb-reversion -k /bin/sh' to move the files around to /emul
> and change the architecture entry in the i386 deb. You can make a
> script for this and use it instead of /bin/sh to automate the change
> for future versions.
> 4) File a bugreport against ia32-libs detailing why you need the
> library, sepcifically what software needs it. But that won't help you
> for etch. And unless your software is halfway common or free as in
> beer (so we can test it works) the library might not get added.
> On the other hand I might get my apt-get-multiarch package into a
> releasable state that automates the conversion of most libs in the
> ia32-libs style on the fly. That would obsolete most of ia32-libs and
> solve your problem at the same time.
my decision and solution was, to create a chroot like described on the
AMD64-site. Additionally I added two entries
in /etc/ld.so.conf.d/x86_64-linux-gnu.conf :
and did a ldconfig.
I hope, this will not destroy my amd64-parts. I fear, the amd64-part will not
always find the correct libs this way or do they not ?
It would be nice, if you could send me an answer, if my way is not correct.
Anyway, the 32-bit-application is running now. Other 32-bit-applications
worked using this kind , too.
Thanks for help !
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