multilib

Using 32bit applications in 64bit PLD system is quite easy and convenient. All We need to do is set repositories in file /etc/poldek/repos.d/pld-multilib.conf to

auto   = yes
autoup = yes

Example file from PLD Titanium

# PLD Titanium, multilib config
# Unofficial version of PLD Linux Distribution
# http://www.pld-linux.org/Titanium

_arch   = i686
_prefix = ftp://ftp.titanium.pld-linux.org/branches/titanium

_type = pndir

[source]
type   = %{_type}
name   = titanium-%{_arch}
path   = %{_prefix}/PLD/%{_arch}/RPMS/
auto   = yes
autoup = yes

[source]
type   = %{_type}
name   = titanium-ready-%{_arch}
path   = %{_prefix}/ready/%{_arch}/RPMS/
auto   = yes
autoup = yes

[source]
type   = %{_type}
name   = titanium-test-%{_arch}
path   = %{_prefix}/test/%{_arch}/RPMS/
auto   = yes
autoup = yes

For PLD Th just change Titanium for th, and set _prefix as:

_prefix = ftp://ftp.pld-linux.org/dists/3.0/

Run poldek. We have know access to 32bit packages. Try install for example wine

poldek:/all-avail> i wine
...

Of course poldek will resolve all dependencies.

Adobe Flash

To install flash plugin into our browser, We need package with flash from 32bit repository, and nspluginwrapper from 64bit repository.

en/howtos/multilib-mix-of-64bit-i-32bit-architecture.txt · ostatnio zmienione: 2008/10/24 09:06 (edycja zewnętrzna)
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