brooks at one-eyed-alien.net
Mon Oct 11 14:34:11 PDT 2004
[Please don't top post.]
On Mon, Oct 11, 2004 at 05:25:48PM -0400, Hermit wrote:
> Turns out the /lib32 directory isn't on
> there and I can't find a port for it.
lib32 was committed after 5.2.1 was released. You will need to upgrade,
probably to 5.3-BETA/RC.
> Hermit wrote:
> >I'm new to FreeBSD. 5.2.1 amd64 is listed as 'supported' for a
> >commerical package I need to run. I try to install mysql40-server, and
> >other things for that matter, and the system complains that the package
> >is for i386 machines. How do I get around this? I've spent hours and
> >finally found this in the archives:
> >You need to run /usr/src/tools/lib32/build32.sh with cwd set to /usr/src
> >to build the 32-bit loader & basic libraries.
> >Is this my answer? What is 'cwd set to /usr/src mean?
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