On Wed, 2010-08-11 at 02:10 +0000, b. f. wrote:
> > Where can I find ldd32?
> According to lib32.mtree, somewhere in the archives in:
Excellent! You da man!
After downloading the lib32 distribution set and installing, I was
immediately able to both execute ldd on 32-binaries (no more
"/usr/bin/ldd32: No such file or directory" error) and also execute the
32-bit binaries themselves.
Although, there was one issue (perhaps a by-product of installing lib32
after-the-fact) in that the compatibility libraries installed by
compat5x-amd64 were not automatically picked up and I had to re-run
`ldconfig -32 /usr/local/lib32/compat' to get it to pick up this one
shared library that I needed.
GREAT stuff! Thank you so much for the quick reply too! You're simply
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