On 05/01/17 16:25, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
Building of software shouldn't be changed at all in most cases.
difference would be installation/deployment. The idea would be that instead of
the 32-bit and 64-bit runtimes being installed directly in parallel on the base
system, they would instead be installed into effectively a chroot with its own
completely 32-bit runtime.
Right, but even if manages to compile and link (it somehow finds glibc
inside that chroot?) what happens if I run the program? Has the linker
automatically added a run path to it that points at the chroot so it can
Tom Hughes (tom(a)compton.nu)