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Re: Fedora with Universal Binaries?



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Am 22.10.2009 19:38, schrieb Jon Masters:
> Except, they're not really ELF binaries. ELF doesn't allow you to do
> both at the same time in the headers, so this adds a new header and is
> essentially an encapsulation for other ELF files. Thus, a kernel patch
> is required and it would be some time before all kernels supported it.
> I'm not against the notion of this...but I think some of the usual
> suspects need to get involved in standardizing such an ELF hack.
>
> (You might be able to do something with binfmt_misc as a hack)
>
> Jon.
>
Creating FatELF binaries doesn't solve any x86_64 related issues.

For example:

Old releases of blender was not able to creates proper .blend files
when the
binary was compiled for x86_64. In this case the created files was not
usable
on the x86_32 release.

Best Regards:

Jochen Schmitt
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