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Old 05-11-2005, 06:06 AM   #1
nkshirsagar
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don't want to relocate 32 bit binaries to /emul!


Hi,

is there any way I can stop my ia64 machine running rhas4 from putting my 32 bit compiled binaries in /emul ?

i saw that if i set the autoreqprov flag to no in my rpm spec file, it does not relocate to /emul , ( why does that happen anyway! the flag has nothing to do with relocation) but the flag has other side effects.

i was thinking of building my code on the 32 bit system and then making the rpm on the 63 bit ia64 system.

But isnt there any flag or some variable I can set so that rpm will install to my specified directories and not in /emul/opt/mydirectories?


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