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On Wednesday 29 March 2006 16:35, Simon Stelling wrote:
> Bertrand Jacquin wrote:
> > Yes nice. But what does it do ? It compile things ? Just tarball ?
> > I searched do about it, read man, read help and I still can't find
> > exactly what it do. I didn't get time to look the code
> It takes a x86 stage3 (which you have to download before) and a portage
> snapshot if you want it to, does all the necessary work to properly set
> up the 32bit chroot, compiles the packages you told it to, clears up
> everything, checks links for being correct and then packs everything
> into a tarball. So you end up with a tarball that looks almost exactly
> like the ones we use for app-emulation/emul-linux-x86-*.
If I already have a 32-bit chroot set up, how would I go about creating emul-
or -bin packages from this chroot?
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