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From: Barry.SCHWARTZ@...
Subject: Re: 64-bit or 32-bit?
Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2006 14:43:03 -0600
Simon Stelling <blubb@g.o> skribis:
> Mike Arthur wrote:
> >If I already have a 32-bit chroot set up, how would I go about creating emul- or -bin packages from this chroot?
> Setting tmpdir=/path/to/your/chroot in /etc/emool/emool.conf should do the trick. However, be careful, it'll overwrite 
> /root/.bash_profile to start itself inside the chroot. So if you use that chroot for other things too, you have to back it up 
> first (or just delete it afterwards if it didn't exist before).

Hah! Being a zsh user pays off once again. :)

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