jg-web at jguk.org
Tue Dec 2 16:48:21 CST 2003
Thanks for the responce guys.
on the 02/12/03 16:06, Marcus Meissner wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 02, 2003 at 08:02:37AM -0600, Jeremy White wrote:
>> >>I'm considering getting an Opteron. With this being a 64bit CPU I
>> >>wondered if there would be any issues with using WINE to make use of
>> >>win32 software on this 64bit CPU.
>> >There are no issues.
>> >SUSE LINUX 9.0 for AMD64 is capable of running all WINE products,
>> >including regular WINE, CrossOver Office, CrossOver Plugin and WineX
>> >in the 32bit compat mode.
>> Okay, I read that to mean that you can run already built
>> 32 bit binary versions of Wine.
>> What about compiling? Would compiling Wine on an Opteron
>> work? Hmm. I suppose you could cross compile to 32 bit,
>> couldn't you.
> Well, I do ;)
> SUSE 9.0 comes with full biarch toolchain support on AMD64.
> Before you start, install additionaly to the default packages:
> and any dependend rpms.
> export LD="ld -m elf_i386"
> CC="gcc -m32" AS="gcc -c -m32" \
> ./configure --prefix=/usr --x-libraries=/usr/X11R6/lib
> make depend all
> The -m32 switches gcc to 32bit mode.
> If you have arts-devel installed, you might need to patch
> dlls/winmm/winearts/Makefile and replace lib64 by lib.
> You will also need attached winebuild patch that uses "LD" from the environment.
> Ciao, Marcus
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