Tuco <email@example.com> (05/08/2010): > I found this problem when running uname inside a 32-bit chroot, > 'uname -m' prints amd64! Just as a remark, usually on Linux, one is supposed to specify an appropriate personality. That can be achieved through “linux32 chroot …”. > This often breaks configure scripts and build systems. Relying on uname's output is buggy. People shouldn't do that. Mraw, KiBi.
Description: Digital signature