[Buildroot] [PATCH] dependencies.sh message: fix Debian renamed packages
arnout at mind.be
Mon Jul 14 16:15:10 UTC 2014
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On 14/07/14 12:21, Károly Kasza wrote:
> Yes, I'm pretty sure. You can still use a multiarch apt after some setup, but
> normally it's easier to just install the 32bit things from the 64bit repos.
OK, now I see. So I guess the multiarch version takes precedence when you have
We should probably mention both options the, i.e.:
> > echo "Your Buildroot configuration uses pre-built tools for the x86 architecture,"
> > echo "but your build machine uses the x86-64 architecture without the 32 bits compatibility"
> > echo "library."
> > - echo "If you're running a Debian/Ubuntu distribution, install the libc6:i386,"
> > - echo "libstdc++6:i386, and zlib1g:i386 packages."
> > + echo "If you're running a Debian/Ubuntu distribution, install the libc6-i386,"
> > + echo "lib32stdc++6, and lib32z1 packages."
echo "If you're running a Debian/Ubuntu distribution, install the libc6-386,"
echo "lib32stcd++6, and lib32z1 packages (or alternatively libc6:i386,"
echo "libstdc++6:i386, and zlib1g:i386)."
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