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Re: Why not /usr/bin64?



Ralf Ertzinger wrote:

> Neal Becker schrieb:
> 
>> 1) 32bit in /usr/bin32, 64bit in /usr/bin64, and /usr/bin->/usr/bin64
>> 2) 32bit in /usrbin32, 64bit in /usr/bin
> 
> Nice solution. However, what exactly is the problem that this solves?
> 

Meant /usr/bin32.  Anyway, problem is how to install both 64 and 32 bit
versions of your favorite app.  Like, mozilla.  We x86_64 64bit users often
have to install a 32bit browser so that 32bit plugins will work.


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