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Next I tried to compile in 32bit-mode, following alienbob instructions:
move lib64 to lib in openmotif.Slackbuild
linking stops with error-message
/usr/lib64/gcc/x86_64-slackware-linux/4.4.4/../../../../lib/crt1.o: In function `_start':
/glibc-tmp-88b9835d8519e3638ef4d116a6932cb2/glibc-2.11.1/csu/../sysdeps/i386/elf/start.S:115: undefined reference to `main'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
Where is my mistake?
Specifically, where does /usr/lib64/gcc/ come from?
Porblem still not solved.
Any suggestions from the group?
I have a general solution, not just for your case but for all those cases where there are some problems in making a 32-bit build on a multilib system. Just build openmotif on a 32-bit system! For example, use chroot to run a 32-bit userspace under your 64-bit slackware just to build that package.
First, select a directory to install the 32-bit slackware, e.g. /home/yourname/slack32_13.1
Then put the 32-bit packages somewhere, for example /tmp/source (directories a, ap etc are in there)
Then, as root:
# make dir for new OS
# install the basic packages from 'a'
installpkg --root /home/yourname/slack32_13.1 /tmp/source/a/*.t?z
# make the package tree visible also inside the new OS
mount --bind /tmp/source /home/yourname/slack32_13.1/source
# go to the new basic 32-bit system
linux32 chroot /home/yourname/slack32_13.1 su - root
# now we are in the new OS. install "a" again, and all others
# now we are back in the parent system. clean up
Now you can go to the 32-bit system and back. For example:
# in the 64-bit parent os
cp openmotif-2.3.2.tar.gz openmotif.SlackBuild slack-desc /home/yourname/slack32_13.1/tmp
su -c 'linux32 chroot /home/yourname/slack32_13.1 su - root'
# in the 32-bit OS now
# now back in the 64-bit OS
cp /home/yourname/slack32_13.1/tmp/openmotif-2.3.2-i486-1alien.tgz .
# use convertpkg next if needed
Last edited by Petri Kaukasoina; 07-10-2010 at 10:52 AM.
Reason: Added "removepkg lesstif", c.f. Alien Bob's message #3