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Hi John. If this is just needed for testing then the easiest way is to take the XFree86-libs package from our 31-bit release and use rpm2cpio to unpack them in a directory in your 64-bit machine. Afterwards you need to edit /etc/ld.so.conf and put in the appropriate paths there and rerun ldconfig. That should do the job. You can take a look at how this works buy unpacking the compat-glibc srpm and studying the spec file. If you need futher info feel free to contact me. Read ya, Phil John P Taylor wrote: > We have a need for 31-bit compatability code for libraries located in > /usr/X11R6/lib. SuSE does this by providing a lib for 31-bit code and lib64 > for 64-bit code, what options are available to us? We need this for testing > java code on different distributions. > > Cheers, > > John P Taylor > -- Philipp Knirsch | Tel.: +49-711-96437-470 Development | Fax.: +49-711-96437-111 Red Hat GmbH | Email: Philipp.Knirsch@redhat.de Hauptstaetterstr. 58 | Web: http://www.redhat.de/ D-70178 Stuttgart | Fear can hold you prisoner, hope can set you free.
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