On Tue, 3 May 2005, Paul Jakma wrote:
> Now, apt doesnt support multi-lib (needed for x86_64) - it just doesn't grok
if you want to also
install i386 packages
(And you can live without them, otherwise just install them to a
chroot. Or just install i386 Fedora - hey, AMD64 machines are still
fast in 32bit mode, except for Intel EMT64 which is just as slow in
64bit as in 32bit ;) ).
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