Depending on the build platform (linux 32 or 64) we should be putting the 
libraries in the right place.
The following diff does that.
Who wants to give me my +1  ? :-)

diff -r 01d454dab4f2 buildSrc/x86egl.gradle
--- a/buildSrc/x86egl.gradle    Thu May 15 09:56:25 2014 +0200
+++ b/buildSrc/x86egl.gradle    Thu May 15 15:54:42 2014 -0400
@@ -71,9 +71,9 @@
 X86EGL.compileWebnodeNative = false;
 X86EGL.compileMediaNative = false;

-// Libraries end up in the sdk/rt/lib/i386 directory for i386 builds
-X86EGL.arch = "i386"
-X86EGL.libDest = "lib/i386"
+// Libraries end up in the sdk/rt/lib/[i386|amd46] directory depending on 
machine arch
+X86EGL.arch = OS_ARCH
+X86EGL.libDest = "lib/${OS_ARCH}"

 // TODO this is garbage. Each target file should define what it includes,
 // not what it excludes.

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David Hill <david.h...@oracle.com>
Java Embedded Development

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