[Exherbo-dev] Multilib Support in Exherbo

Wulf C. Krueger philantrop at exherbo.org
Sat Sep 26 16:06:15 BST 2009


This is the current migration path:

- Checkout the multilib branch.
- Switch to the multilib profile, x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
- Update sys-apps/skeleton-filesystem-layout
- rebuild binutils
- build glibc[bootstrap]

You'll get a warning from Paludis at this point:

"* -march setting not specified for target ABI: 32; defaulting to native"

If you want to set stuff for the ABI, set C*FLAGS_32. "native" should be safe 
if you don't build binaries for other systems or something like that.

Leave CHOST_32 alone because that's managed by the profile.

- rebuild the regular gcc
- rebuild glibc[-bootstrap]

Questions (and thanks) go to compnerd and zlin who made this possible for all 
of us.

Best regards, Wulf
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