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Old 08-06-2006, 10:55 PM   #1
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Multilib - impacts?


I've tried looking around but finding detailed information on multilib is a challenge. I understand what it is for and how it works but what I can't figure out is what impact it has later on when I'm building say, GTK? If I have a multilib glibc and I build another library will it automatically build both 32bit and 64bit libs or do I have to specify? Do I specify the different /libXX paths when building glibc and then it's automagic from there or do I need to specify at configure-time for each app I build?

Any info or links would be very much appreciated on this
 
  


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