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+.TH MULTIARCH 7 2015-04-06 "Linux" "Linux Programmer's Manual"
+multiarch \- Multiarch support
+is a way of installing multiple binary targets (such as
+.BR x86_64-linux-gnu )
+.BR hier (7)
+filesystem, which originated in (but is not limited to)
+Debian and Ubuntu.
+This manpage covers only the filesystem aspects of multi-arch.
+.SS Overview and scope
+Multiarch allows binaries of many ABI targets to co-exist on the same system.
+Through the use of
+.BR qemu-user-static (1)
+.BR binfmt.d (5)
+it is even possible to run targets that are not natively runnable. It also can
+be used for cross-compilation.
+The current spec does not address having multiple binaries of the same name, and
+does not effect
+.BR path_resolution (7)
+.SS Library paths
+.SS Include paths
+.SS Multiarch tuples
+A multiarch tuple is a normalized GNU tuple. In most cases this is the
+same as the GNU tuple. The most notable exception is that
+.BR i486-linux-gnu ,
+.BR i586-linux-gnu ,
+.BR i686-linux-gnu .
+.SH SEE ALSO
+.BR dpkg-architecture (1)
+.BR dpkg (1)