I've been trying to google this and I haven't been able to find a
definitive answer on the subject. I seem to recall a discussion on this
list a while back, with the general conclusion being that this is
problematic, but my googling threw up a few pages about Debian implying
that it could be made to work.
Has anybody got any words of wisdom on this subject they might care to
share? I am mainly interested in this from the point of view of running
a Fedora chroot under Android with VNC on loopback on a Nexus 10.
Call me a dummy but id say 64 bit chunks should go in lib64 esp if the arch supports 32 bit libs as well.
----- Reply message -----
From: "Guy Streeter" <streeter(a)redhat.com>
Subject: [fedora-arm] no /usr/lib in the nfs-root Re: ARMv8 Bootstrap Project
Date: Fri, Dec 14, 2012 15:11
On 12/06/2012 01:58 PM, Guy Streeter wrote:
> In the process of making sure I understand all this, I gave building nss-util
> a go. It failed because /usr/lib doesn't exist. Should /usr/lib exist, or is
> the correct response to change nss-util so it uses /usr/lib64 ?
> Is responding to this thread the best way to discuss this, or should it happen
> on chat or in the wiki?
So is this project already dead, or what?
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I think I should have mentioned that firstly, I am missing a huge number of packages because I manually unrolled the yum groups and also you have to startxfce4 manually by switching to another terminal once booted. I hope to get to another compose which helps to fix these issues. Sorry about that but thanks for your time.
I'm rebuilding things on F18, the good news is that the webrtc fixes are the same. Anyone know what the bootstrap variable in nacl-gcc.spec is for? If < 1 it pulls in nacl-newlib which, in turn, depends on nacl-gcc (and doesn't have a bootstrap variable / mode)....
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