Re: ia32-libs, where are they ?
firstname.lastname@example.org (Hans-J. Ullrich) writes:
> Hi Goswin,
> 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 !
The ld.so knows what library is 32bit and what 64bit and will pick the
right one. You can get some warnings when you compile things that a
library won't fit but ld keeps searching till it finds the right one
So both runtime and compile time will be fine.