willie at tuta.io
willie at tuta.io
Fri Nov 27 00:22:14 PST 2015
27. Nov 2015 02:20 by alupu01 at gmail.com:
> On Thu, Nov 26, 2015 at 9:55 AM, <> willie at tuta.io> > wrote:
>> >> 25. Nov 2015 21:58 by >> kb0iic at berzerkula.org>> :
>>> On Wed, November 25, 2015 20:03, Niels Terp wrote:
>>>> Anyway, if anyone is interested, I can provide a build script. So far, I
>>>> get the feeling there is a lack of interest in Chromium on LFS, at least
>>>> to include and maintain it in the book. This is ldd for chromium.
>>>> I would most certainly like to have and try that. I have earlier tried
>>>> download and compile Chrome, which is my favorite browser.
>>> Hello Niels,
>>> A hint may also be created. >>> http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/hints
>>> William Harrington
>> A hint is probably the best way to handle Chromium for now, I can create a
>> (fairly large) hint for chromium this weekend, or maybe sooner. I'll post
>> it to the hints list when it's done.
> Hi Willie,
> Do not forget to include some hints (and/or scripts) for 32-bit (B)LFS
> users as well.> Strange as it my seem, there are still a few of those
> systems hanging around in this wide world of ours and we should show
> compassion toward them.> Another thing; without our helping those people,
> any hint for 64-bit alone won't make much sense as long as Chromium still
> fully supports 32-bit Linux systems.> (Arch and Ubuntu favor 64-bit
> systems, but they are cruel people).
> Thanks,> -- Alex
Thanks for the tips, I've uploaded the hint and hope someone can test it on a
32 bit version. It should work just fine on a 32 bit system, the only thing
I'm not sure about is linking the chromium binary. I read somewhere that
linking the final binary requires a 64 bit environment.
I don't know if this is true and hope someone with a 32 bit system can test
BTW i noticed some slashes at the end of lines with URL in the hint have gone
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