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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] Building 32bit-x86_64 bit libraries/packages for SLES12
Has nobody any insight how this is handled for the official SLES distribution ?

Regards
Jens

Am 19.11.2014 09:49, schrieb Jens Viebig:
Hi List,

we have just setup a local instance of OBS to build some third party
packages and libraries not contained in SLES12.
We have the need to build 32bit compatibility packages for x86_64
because some third party tool requires 32bit variants of some libraries,
but we cannot figure out how to do it for SLES12 because there is no
i586 toolchain.

I had a look at sqlite2 that is also availabe as 32bit variant in
SLES12. If we import it to our OBS instance and build it against SLES12
it only generates the 64bit variant and no 32bit_x86_64.
If we build against openSUSE Factory, it builds both variants because
i586 and x86_64 toolchains and dependencies are available

If we enable i586 for the SLES12 repository target, it is unresolvable
because of missing dependencies:
nothing provides libtool, nothing provides readline-devel, nothing
provides tcl-devel, nothing provides update-desktop-files, nothing
provides rpm-build

How were these packages like sqlite2 built for SLES12 and what is the
official way to create 32bit variants of libraries for SLES12 ?

Regards
Jens



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