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From: "Jeremy Olexa" <darkside@g.o>
Subject: bootstrapping on amd64-linux: usr/lib symlinked to usr/lib64?
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2008 09:49:41 -0500
Hi,
Rather peculiar problem that I ran across while bootstrapping a new
prefix on amd64-linux. We *do* want usr/lib symlinked to usr/lib64,
yes?

How come it doesn't get symlinked by default and what do we need to do
to fix it?

%% pwd
/home/jolexa/portage/linux-64/usr
%% ls lib
gcc/  portage/
%% ls lib64
binutils/            libltdl.so.3@         libpopt.so@
engines/             libltdl.so.3.1.6*     libpopt.so.0@
<snip>

Thanks,
Jeremy
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