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Tue Sep 7 19:49:31 EDT 2010
On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 6:43 PM, Xyne <xyne at archlinux.ca> wrote:
> Nathan O wrote:
> > > Simple. Use a 32-bit chroot.
> > >
> > > Or send it to me to test. ;-)
> > >
> > I installed Xyne's package, arch32-light. How do I build in it, I am
> > guessing maybe cp the PKGBUILD to somewhere in /opt/arch32?
> Nathan, just read up on chroots and how to use them, starting with the
> chroot article on the wiki on which arch32-light is based. In this case,
> you would copy it to somewhere in /opt/arch32 then chroot into /opt/arch32
> build the package as usual (provided that you already installed pacman and
> base-devel in the chroot).
> I don't want to discourage you from asking specific questions when you get
> stuck but as an Archer you're expected to do some research and testing on
> own first. Questions such as "How do I do x?" where "x" is something very
> general are a sign of laziness. Questions such as "I've tried x, but I get
> following error message and I can't find a solution through <some search
> engine> or the forum. What should I do?" show that you've at least tried to
> solve it yourself.
> Don't take this the wrong way either. I'm not annoyed. I'm just trying to
> encourage you to approach things a little differently.
I know I looked at the 32bit bundled article, but it didn't mention anything
about building AUR packages there.
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