compat32-libraries-3.2

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Post#1 by tome » 01 Nov 2017, 20:24

x86_64 modules made by tomecompat32-libraries-3.2-x86_64-2017-10-27-tm.xzm (46 MB) module is available here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/gdzuwmrramlv ... kfYbZMrUra
It is built like old compat32-libraries-3.0-x86_64-1sl.xzm (from dl.porteus.org/x86_64/archive/Porteus-v3.1/extras/). I have used compat32-libraries.SlackBuild Written by Matteo Rossini ( zerouno@slacky.it ) from this module with some my modifications.

Larger (available 32bit packages) module is here: http://distro.ibiblio.org/fatdog/sfs/72 ... 64_710.sfs (81 MB) but after download add .xzm suffix.

Above packages work in Slackware 14.2 (Porteus v3.2).

Another way to have 32bit inside x86_64 is to add i586 core.xzm and i586 xorg.xzm to modules loaded at boot, but they must be loaded before x86_64 core and xorg and some errors may occur (gdk-pixbuf).
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Post#2 by babam » 05 Nov 2017, 01:11

v3.0 = 72MB
v3.2 = 46MB

Why the v3.2 is so small, are there many packages that have been removed?

Thanks for your great job.
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Post#3 by tome » 05 Nov 2017, 20:24

Why the v3.2 is so small, are there many packages that have been removed?
Differences in packages between created by me compat32-libraries-3.2 and old compat32-libraries-3.0 (# - not included in 3.2; + - added in 3.2; rest is the same; ## - comments):

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#cups
#cxxlibs
##(cxxlibs is now part of aaa_elflibs?)
#udev
#mariadb
#sqlite
#guile
#libtool
#python
#alsa-oss
##(alsa-oss and other sound related packages maybe should be added?)
#expat
#gd
#gnome-themes-standard
#jasper
#libart_lgpl
#libdbusmenu-qt
#libelf
##(libelf is replaced with elfutils)
#libiodbc
#libjpeg
##(libjpeg is replaced with libjpeg-turbo)
#libmpc
#qt
#seamonkey-solibs
#svgalib
#t1lib
#openldap-client
#libFS
#libXevie
#xmms
#libtasn1
#gc
#libunistring
#gstreamer
#seamonkey-solibs
#gst-plugins-base
+elfutils
+libjpeg-turbo
+libxshmfence
+glibc
Full list of packages used to build is in the same address like module.
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Post#4 by babam » 06 Nov 2017, 05:49

I tried running FoxitReader-1.1-i386 (32bit) via terminal and got this error message:

error while loading shared libraries: libcups.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
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Post#5 by tome » 06 Nov 2017, 08:33

It works for me, libcups.so.2 is contained in aaa_elflibs. Try in Always Fresh Mode.
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Post#6 by babam » 06 Nov 2017, 09:35

tome wrote:
06 Nov 2017, 08:33
It works for me, libcups.so.2 is contained in aaa_elflibs. Try in Always Fresh Mode.
Aha, yes it works. Thanks
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