LFS 64bit - thoughts

dennisjperkins at comcast.net dennisjperkins at comcast.net
Thu Oct 2 06:43:34 PDT 2008

You might want to consider examining how Greg Schafer does 32-bit, 64-bit and biarch.  It's simple and clean.  I just built a biarch system following his instructions to see how it works, and I had no problems.  

I haven't using BLFS or CBLFS with it yet to see if there are any problems there.  I remember some problems with biarch a couple of years ago.

 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: Jeremy Huntwork <jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch.org>
> Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> > DJ Lucas wrote:
> > 
> >> Bruce, Randy, ya'll got anything to add?
> > 
> > No, not really.  On a LUG list I read we just had a long discussion about 
> > problems on guy had getting his wireless to work with ndis wrapper.  He was 
> > using Ubuntu64 and never could get it to work.  When he went to Ubuntu32, it 
> was 
> > fine.  These are the types of problems we run into with 64-bit systems.  The 
> > think is, he had no idea why he wanted 64-bits.  <snide smile>It has to be 
> > better than 32-bits, right.</snide smile>
> This probably falls into the category of "Q: Why climb the mountain?" 
> "A: Because it's there". And for some people, I'd venture to guess that 
> building LFS at all would be categorized the same way. :)
> But none of that is to say that I disagree with you. I think it's still 
> a good idea to try to get a reader to rationalize a decision one way or 
> another.
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