Re: [opensuse] 64-bit 10.3 & Iscan
- From: Johannes Meixner <jsmeix@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2008 11:00:09 +0100 (CET)
On Mar 14 00:08 Fred A. Miller wrote (shortened):
... ALL of the libraries required, sane, etc., MUST be 32-bit
as well as apps.
On 64-bit there is the package sane-backends-32bit.rpm.
Having this installed (together with all what it requires
e.g. glibc-32bit.rpm and many other base libraries in 32-bit)
should be sufficient to have all needed libraries in 32-bit.
It should not cause problems to have additionally the 64-bit
libraries (i.e. sane-backends.rpm) installed, they are just
not used by 32-bit software.
I think the main problem is to exchange the by default installed
64-bit frontends xsane.rpm and/or sane-frontends.rpm explicitely
with 32-bit versions (i.e. get them from the right media).
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