[clug] 32/64 bit compile
duncan_roe at acslink.net.au
Sun Feb 17 02:12:04 GMT 2008
This is a real cop-out, but ... if I want to build 32-bit on my system, I reboot
to the partition where I installed 32-bit linux.
Cheers ... Duncan.
On Sun, Feb 17, 2008 at 09:35:50AM +1100, steve jenkin wrote:
> Jim Watson wrote on 16/2/08 3:43 PM:
> > Brian wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> I am compiling a prog on a 64bit AMD, currently runs on a 32bit machine.
> >> <snip>
> >> Is that my best option, if so how do I change the above make to force a
> >> compile in 32bit?
> > Maybe try working in a 32 bit shell?
> > before you start anything:
> > $ linux32 bash
> I've had an short off-line email conversation with Brian and he's seems
> stumped still.
> Not sure if he's tried the solution in this mail.
> Is there anyone out there who knows how to do 32-bit & 64-bit compiles
> and can take a little time to either visit or talk Brian through this??
> I believe he has full source code, but not completely sure...
> The developer at 'randomfactory' has gone quiet lately, so his normal
> support isn't available.
> What's certain is that libccd.so is built 32-bit and the build process
> doesn't cater for 32/64-bit versions.
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