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Re: [Xen-devel] Compiling xen-unstable in 32bit chroot on amd64

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Subject: Re: [Xen-devel] Compiling xen-unstable in 32bit chroot on amd64
From: Robin van Leeuwen <rvl@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2005 16:05:54 +0000
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Keir Fraser wrote:On 25 Aug 2005, at 16:37,

   Robin van Leeuwen wrote:
   I've got two computers here one amd64 3500/2GB/debian
   -amd64-testing and a amd-duron-900/512mb/debian-testing.
   I've setup a 32-bit chroot on my amd64 and want to compile
   xen-unstable in the32 bit enviroment to run xen on the duron.
   Because compiling after "make mproper" on the Duron takes
   about 2 hours, and on the amd64 about 5 miniutes. I'm stuck
   on compiling in the 32 bit chroot: The build system thinks
   you are targetting x86_64.

There are two fixes: either run 'setarch i686', which will change
the output of the uname command, or build Xen with 'make XEN_COMPILE_ARCH=x86_32'.

Thanks, the "make XEN_COMPILE_ARCH=x86_32" works, this saves me
about 5 hours of compiling time per day :-)

Kind regards,
Robin van Leeuwen

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