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Re: Lua module packages are not multi-lib, how to do?

2009/1/16 Jesse Keating <jkeating redhat com>
On Thu, 2009-01-15 at 14:29 +0100, devzero2000 wrote:
> it is very boring not also have the 32 - bit version of httpd on 64 bit SO.
> Often it is required the installation commercial 32 bit apache modules - i
> am speaking of RHEL . But certainly install an 32 bit operating system on
> machines with 10 g of RAM - that i have - is not a thing magnificent. Then
> it would be useful to install on a 64  bit SO AND an 32 bit Apache  but the
> repo (or RHN) default don't have. Sure, i can do anyway on RHEL5.
> (Aside) On Fedora 10 64  bit i have also enabled the repo 32 but strangely
> enough, i have an error of conflict (on RHEL5 it is ok) . But that is  off
> topic, perhaps.
> yum install httpd.i386
> Transaction Check Error:
>   file /etc/httpd/modules from install of httpd-2.2.10-2.i386 conflicts with
> file from package httpd-2.2.10-2.x86_64
> The same with squid.
> It is also true with %_transaction_color     3 in /etc/rpm/macros.color

The base package can't be multilib, as the paths aren't unique.  You can
only have one /usr/sbin/httpd and which arch wins if you try to install
both?  You won't be able to run both a 64bit httpd instance and a 32bit
httpd instance.

You can do chroots or virt images in order to serve up your 32bit needs

Of course. What i have said is certainly incorrect. Too many mail........

Thanks for the reply.

Jesse Keating
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