Ubuntu and Multiarch?

Sveinar Søpler cybermax at dexter.no
Wed Nov 6 14:12:17 CST 2019

Short answer: Nope

The link posted from Andre works fine (ie. using lxc), and there are 
other methods using things like docker. But "native multilib in Ubuntu" 
is still not possible.. if ever.

https://github.com/bobwya/build-multilib-wine is something to look at if 
you are not interested in the lxc approach.


The last one is for a more patched/unofficial build of wine.

Good luck :)


On 06.11.2019 20:37, André Hentschel wrote:
> Am 06.11.19 um 20:05 schrieb Thales:
>> Hello!
>> I'm wondering it if it is possible to compile with mulitarch yet?  I have Ubuntu 16.04, and have recently also installed Ubuntu 18.04.
>> I noticed it says you can at the very top of this page, next to "NOTICE" :   https://wiki.winehq.org/Building_Biarch_Wine_On_Ubuntu
> Hi,
> see https://wiki.winehq.org/Building_Biarch_Wine_On_Ubuntu#Build_32-bit_Wine
> The other way is to install 32-bit packages (e.g. libxslt1.1:i386) and then do some symlinking as root, this involves some trial and error...
> (symlink e.g. in /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/ libxslt.so -> libxslt.so.1)

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