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Re: Compiling - Can I do this?
  • From: Masaru Nomiya <nomiyac360@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2006 14:27:50 +0900
  • Message-id: <87u05mf50p.wl%nomiyac360@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

>>>>> In the Message: [suse-linux-e ML: No.276716]
>>>>> with the date of Thu, 13 Jul 2006 01:24:25 -0400
>>>>> [Bob] == Bob S <usr@xxxxxxxxxxx> has written:

Bob>>> I want to compile a tar.gz file of another application, BUT, I want to
Bob>>> compile it as 32 bit. Is that possible? Can I compile in 32 bit mode
Bob>>> on a 64 bit system?

Per>> Yes. autoconf should figure it all out for you, provided you set the
Per>> right options, probably for gcc.

Bob> Thanks for replying Per,

Bob> Ummmmm....Could you be just a little more specific??

Me, too. :-)

I compiled Emacs, enlightenment, bogofilter, etc.
I got all of them as 64 bit program.

When compiling, I executeed;

./configure --libdir=/usr/lib ... --prefix=/usr

but gcc refered /usr/lib64 and /lib64 dirs, not /usr/lib.
That is, it it same same as;

./configure --libdir=/usr/lib64:/lib64 .... --prefix=/usr

I can't understand this.

Could you inform me of it?

PS. Bob, have you received my email? I often received rejected return

Masaru Nomiya mail-to: nomiyac360 @

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Not with Me!"
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