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Re: i386 packages on amd64 arch



Oups, c'était pas la bonne liste.

EN français, desfois qu'il y ait des gens qui sache :

J'aimerais installer des paquets 32bits sur mon archi amd64.

- Ça marche avec dpkg --force-architecture
- Je souhaiterais éviter un chroot
Je souhaiterais pouvoir le faire avec aptitude et un repository local, 
éventuellement construit avec autre chose que reprepro, car lui, ne me permet 
pas de mettre les i386.deb dans les répertoires binary-amd64...

Evidement, pour installer directement des paquets 32bits, il faut les  
librairies utilisée, aussi en 32bits.
Il y en a un certain nombre fournies dans les packages suivant par exemple :
i   ia32-libs           - ia32 shared libraries for use on amd64 and ia64
i   ia32-libs-gtk     - gtk+ ia32 shared libraries
i A libc6-i386       - GNU C Library: 32bit shared libraries for AMD64
i A lib32asound2  - ALSA library (32 bit)
i A lib32gcc1       - GCC support library (32 bit Version)
i A lib32ncurses5 - Shared libraries for terminal handling (32-bit)
i   lib32stdc++6  - The GNU Standard C++ Library v3 (32 bit Version)
i A lib32z1

Je rappelais aussi que sous HP-UX pour hppa, on a des librairies 32 et 64 bits 
et on peut utiliser des programmes 32 ou 64 bits.

Le mercredi 10 janvier 2007 00:30, Gilles Mocellin a écrit :
> Hello,
>
> I would like to install 32bits packages on my amd64 arch Debian.
>
> I know that some people use a 32bits chroot for this, but I don't think
> it's the best solution.
>
> It's possible to install debs with dpkg --force-architecture and it works
> for most of the packages I've tried.
> Of course I have installed 32bits libraries like :
> i   ia32-libs           - ia32 shared libraries for use on amd64 and ia64
> i   ia32-libs-gtk     - gtk+ ia32 shared libraries
> i A libc6-i386       - GNU C Library: 32bit shared libraries for AMD64
> i A lib32asound2  - ALSA library (32 bit)
> i A lib32gcc1       - GCC support library (32 bit Version)
> i A lib32ncurses5 - Shared libraries for terminal handling (32-bit)
> i   lib32stdc++6  - The GNU Standard C++ Library v3 (32 bit Version)
> i A lib32z1
>
> I can't use dpkg for real use, what I want is using aptitude.
> It would allow me to chose i386 arch deb for packages not present for
> amd64. Ideally, It would divert libraries to make them installable with the
> 64 bit version...
>
> For the moment, I tried to put i386 debs in my own repository, maintained
> with reprepro. Aptitude can't find Package file.
> reprepro build a tree with main/binary-i386/Packages...
> Oh, I tried to symlink binary-i386 to binary-amd64 and modify the Release
> files... No way.
>
> Will I be forced to use a chroot ?
>
> For at least 5 years now, on HP-UX hppa, there is 32bits and 64bits
> libraries and app, working in paralelle...

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