Forcing 32 bit mode in configure
izakb at synapp.com
Tue Aug 17 01:56:42 CDT 2004
I seem to recall that at least on the later Debian's the compiler is
bi-arch and you can tell it what kind of code to generate. There was a
howto somewhere about how to compile a 64-bit Linux kernel on AMD64, and
I also seem to recall -m32, but that only really influences the size of
ints, longs and pointers, which I believe is the real issue here.
Adam Petaccia wrote:
> Wouldn't passing -m32 (if I recall correctly) to gcc tell it to produce
> 32 bit code?
> On Sun, 2004-08-15 at 14:55 +0100, Mike Hearn wrote:
>>Does anybody know how to force gcc to compile in 32 bit mode on 64 bit
>>chips, and if so could they please write a patch? I've seen quite a few
>>posts to end user forums lately saying that people were trying to compile
>>Wine on AMD64 (and failing, obviously).
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