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Mark Knecht wrote:
> mark@lightning ~ $ l32 /bin/bash
first off, to find out if you're indeed in the chroot, you can do a "df"
or a "w" to see. It should print something different than what is
reality.. ie you're in the chroot.
second, you can do a "uname -a" to see if you're i686 or x86_64
you also don't have to do a xhost command if you have /tmp mounted to
/mnt/gentoo32/tmp, as all your x programs will use the socket to
one thing to try is see if you can get any X related 32-bit program to
run.. such as xterm or konsole?
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