>Hi > >I'm running OpenSolaris on a T61p with 64 Bit CPUs. Sometimes I need a >32 Bit OpenSolaris instance (e.g. to compile 32 Bit binaries without >changing the make files). I can do this with either rebooting into 32 >Bit or within a VirtualBox /QEMU virtual machine but it would be more >elegant to use Zones for this task.
You mean you reconfigure with "configure"? Which compiler changes the output binary depending on the isainfo? I don't remember. >Can this be done (I did not find a solution in the docs ...)? Edit your grub menu and add a 32 bit. >If not, will this be possible whith the new Solaris 10 Brand? Not that I know off (as /proc will still be 64 bit); perhaps you only need to change what isaexec returns (and you could possibly use that with a LD_PRELOAD) Casper _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org