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answered How does multiarch works?
Jul
15
comment How does multiarch works?
qemu-user-static with binfmt.. That's what I'm using already to run the executables as if they were natively supported. Anyway, I finally found the solution and discovered they were a mysterious path problem thanks to some peoples on IRC. I don't understand why this problem appeared, but I solved it. Otherwise, you can't use KVM on mips32r2.
Jul
15
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Jul
15
revised How does multiarch works?
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Jul
15
comment How does multiarch works?
@BenjiWiebe : No showed it : running statically linked programs everywhere is easy since it doesn't rely on any shared object files. I want to be able to run dynamically linked programs from both endianness inside the same rootfs. The architecture doesn't matter : the aim is to set up a multiarch system, and the process look similar on my platforms. I just don't understand the final step, nor I see what"system it differs which dynamic linker the program is linked to, e.g. a 32-bit program is linked to /lib/ld-linux.so.2 vs a 64-bit /lib64/ld-linux-x64-64.so.2"brings.
Jul
15
comment How does multiarch works?
@BenjiWiebe : Yeah That's kinda the problem. The machine code is different (like with Itaniums processor which were able to run i686 programs natively) (Many processor architectures are able to run two different endianness as long as only one is kept inside address space). It behave as two different architectures where the processor can run both of them. So I can't mix libraries.
Jul
15
asked How does multiarch works?
Jul
12
revised How do I know if an optical drive is able to read CAV written DVD?
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Jul
12
comment Is there way to enable more than 4 GB RAM in 32-bit Windows OS?
@Breakthrough : Sorry I was browsing duplicates of that question.
Jul
12
revised How do I know if an optical drive is able to read CAV written DVD?
That's a hardware issue
Jul
12
revised How do I know if an optical drive is able to read CAV written DVD?
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Jul
12
comment How do I know if an optical drive is able to read CAV written DVD?
@Breakthrough : No, because the length of bit varies on the DVD with CAV so their is a little waste of storage. As all early drives support reading today's technology, CAV support isn't a consumer requirement. Modern drives use constant sized bit length. It must be something like this, or I would be able to read the DVD-R (which are not DVD-RAM) of my home recorder on any PC. Anyway, I finally got a CDR model IDE drive from HL storage.
Jul
11
comment Is there way to enable more than 4 GB RAM in 32-bit Windows OS?
@Breakthrough : You are WRONG! at least for XP SP1...
Jul
8
revised How to start Xorg-server inside plain chroot?
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Jul
8
comment How to start Xorg-server inside plain chroot?
@harrymc : Yes I have no idea, but that's why I asked it.
Jul
8
revised How to start Xorg-server inside plain chroot?
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Jul
6
revised How to start Xorg-server inside plain chroot?
thanks for the comment...
Jul
6
comment How to start Xorg-server inside plain chroot?
@PetrPudlák : Yes, That's was I said "The screen is displayed and programs run normally...". I don't have another machine which I can use for ssh. So my only option is to hard-reboot.
Jul
4
revised How to start Xorg-server inside plain chroot?
edited tags; edited title
Jul
4
revised How to start Xorg-server inside plain chroot?
I'm using a funtoo deriviate