[opensuse] Re: 64bit Kernel and 32bit Userland - how to do it?



Cristian Rodríguez wrote:
Joachim Schrod escribió:

AFAIU, 64-bit OpenSUSE comes with 32-bit userland programs. Do I get all
programs this way, or only a selection?

with a working selection.packages named "foo-32bit"

Thanks a lot for that information; I didn't know that and could look up the available package selection now.

So, if there is no MozillaFirefox-32bit.*.rpm in http://download.opensuse.org/distribution/11.0/repo/oss/suse/x86_64/, this means that there is no 32bit Firefox for OpenSUSE 11.0?

Also, am I missing something, or does http://software.opensuse.org/search not show the available 32bit packages? E.g., when I search for cairo in 11.0 -- where a 32bit package exists -- no such package is shown in the result section openSUSE:11.0/standard. (Just like the -doc and -devel packages are not shown, but there the difference between availability and non-availability is more technical and not a decision by the packager.)

Best,
Joachim

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