[arch-general] 32bit chroot in 64bit guest
aaronmgriffin at gmail.com
Tue Jul 14 21:23:11 EDT 2009
On Tue, Jul 14, 2009 at 6:47 PM, Allan McRae<allan at archlinux.org> wrote:
> bardo wrote:
>> makechrootpkg launches sudo only once, at line 202, and this is the
>> full command:
>> sudo -u nobody makepkg $MAKEPKG_ARGS || touch BUILD_FAILED
> I do this all the time. I run the 64 bit kernel on a 32 bit userland and
> have chroots to build for both architectures. It takes a bit of hacking to
> mkarchroot and makechrootpkg though. I haven't
> The reason it fails there is it makechrootpkg needs a scattering of
> linux32's throughout. Also, you will want it to source /etc/makepkg32.conf
> (or something...) instead of /etc/makepkg.
> I posted the hacked scripts I use at
> http://allanmcrae.com/scripts/dbscripts.tar.gz . Note that mkarchroot
> builds for i686 and mkarchroot64 builds for x86_64 but as my pacman is i686,
> I source a different makepkg.conf file on x86_64. Diff the files with
> similar names against each other to see what I have done...
> You still need to manually adjust pacman.conf when generating the chroot
> with mkarchroot, but from then on updating is fine.
> One day I will patch the devtools to make this easier...
Perhaps adding arguments like --32 and --64 to selectively include
linux32 and linux64 calls would be a good idea
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