gcc compiler option -m64
rsmith at xs4all.nl
Sun Aug 14 20:54:20 GMT 2005
On Sun, Aug 14, 2005 at 10:30:16PM +0200, O. Hartmann wrote:
> To make ist short: On my box (Athlon64 based machine) I run a FBSD
> 6.0Beta2 with no 32Bit support and I hope (but do not exactly know) the
> machine is 64Bit only that way without any 32Bit compatibilty.
I think the install CD doesn't come with 32bit stuff. If you want to be
absolutely sure, add NO_LIB32=true to /etc/make.conf and rebuild the
You can check the state of binaries with the file command:
$ file /bin/dd
/bin/dd: ELF 64-bit LSB executable, AMD x86-64, version 1 (FreeBSD),
for FreeBSD 5.4-CURRENT (rev 2), dynamically linked (uses shared libs),
To find all 32-bit binaries on your system:
find / -perm -100 -type f|xargs file|grep 32-bit|more
> I see in some compiler hints this undocumented '-m32' or '-m64' option
> of gcc(1) (undocumented that way as I can not find it in the man pages)
It is documented in the gcc info files. The GNU people in general don't
> . On SPARC64 systems, the system's default gcc compiler implies '-m64'.
> Is this also true for AMD64 FreeBSD 6.X?
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