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Building mips package on amd64: Exec format error chroot: failed to run command 'mount'

I'm trying to cross-build a Debian/Ubuntu package on a running amd64 system to mips arch. I've tried several methods, from pubilder to sbuild, but I keep failing. About the latter, on a freshly ...
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APT version conflicts across different architectures even with Multi-Arch: same?

With Raspbian and a 64-bit kernel, I am fetching packages from the following sources: deb [arch=armhf] http://raspbian.raspberrypi.org/raspbian/ stretch main contrib non-free rpi deb http://deb....
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What does it take to run 64-bit userland software on a 32-bit kernel?

On Linux and Windows, I'm used to the situation that I require a 64-bit kernel to have a system with multiarch/WoW where I can run 32-bit and 64-bit software side-by-side. And then, years ago it blew ...
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Multilib and Multiarch

Multilib and Multiarch: Are these two term just synonym ? If no, how they differ ? If I want to run 32-bit and 64-bit application in same system then shall I call it Multiarch or Multilib ?
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Single Linux install bootable on multiple architectures

So it would be a single installation, sharing user data, config files, programs, etc., but I could take the boot drive and plug it into an x86 machine and it would boot and then later continue my work ...
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Filter by architecture for debtags search

I have multiarch enabled, and when I run debtags search, I get a lot of duplicate results. $ debtags search 'works-with-format::man' | head docbook-to-man - converter from DocBook SGML into roff man ...
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Kernel architecture vs OS architecture

What is the difference between the kernel architecture and the OS architecture? Which of these is relevant when trying to figure out which architecture to compile binaries for? From what I have read, ...
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Adding Multiarch for kubuntu 14.4

I have this kind of system: :~$ dpkg --print-architecture amd64 :~$ lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS Release: 14.04 ...
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apt-rdepends does not show multiarch information

I'm using apt-rdepends on an amd64 system with i386 as a foreign architecture. But it seems that apt-rdepends loses the architecture information of packages: $ apt-rdepends libgcc1:i386 Reading ...
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How can an apt-get command be configured to ignore those it aims to remove?

Can the apt-get command be configured to ignore some of the packages it wants to remove. I run both 32 bit and 64 bit development packages as well as the programs created on them, meaning I need both ...
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What is the difference between these apt-commands to install libglib2.0:i386 and libglib2.0-0:i386?

I need get a 32bit program working on a 64bit system and I have managed to install the required libraries to a certain stage. There is a a dependency on libglib-2.0.so. I am using 2 different options ...
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Current OSs with multi-architecture support in the same installation?

Apart from mach-o fat binaries in MacOS, are there any other (current) Unices that would allow to have the userland built for several architectures in the same installation, even if only one of such ...
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apt-get update: Unable to find expected entry 'main/binary-armel/Packages' [closed]

I get the following architecture error when doing apt-get update: $ sudo apt-get update Hit http://linux-packages.resilio.com resilio-sync InRelease Hit http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org jessie ...
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The same packages are installed in two architecture versions

I’m using a i386/amd64 multiarch on my freshly installed debian 8.7 . I just added it through dpkg --add-architecture i386 to install a package I couldn’t find in a amd64 version. Then I installed ...
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*buntu multiarch: libusb-dev & libusb for armel

I want to set up a cross-compiling environment for Phidget's SBC. libphidget needs libusb-1.0-0 and libusb-1.0-0-dev, and currently it doesn't find those: ~/Softwares/libphidget-2.1.8.20151217 $ ./...
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Different versions of same lib broke my package manager

OS: Debian stretch linux kernel: 4.7.0-1-amd64 I have unmet dependencies between some nvidia packages. They seem to be caused by libnvidia-glcore and libnvidia-eglcore Forcing them through apt/dpkg/...
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OpenJDK7 JRE 32-bit on Debian Stretch 64-bit

I am currently using Debian Stretch (testing, at the moment). I need to install Java 7 32-bit to be able to work with an old applet that is only compatible with that specific version: No 64-bit, no ...
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Linux-PAM can't use custom PAM module - possibly related to multiarch

I've built a simple, custom, PAM module and the module works as expected with pamtester and with some other pam testing code I found online. I've also built a simple dotnet core application which ...
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Why can't I install multiple both x86 and x86_64 versions of a library side by side?

Edited output: # apt-get install librados2:amd64 librados2:i386 The following packages have unmet dependencies: librados2:amd64 : Conflicts: librados2 but 0.80.7-2+deb8u1 is to be installed ...
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Wine can not handle system fonts

Debian Jessie (amd64) wine wine-1.6.2 (i386) There are system fonts avalable for x-applications (truetype). But i can not see them in font select dialogue in wine. wine-applications also can not use ...
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Some packages cannot be installed using multi-arch (take two)

Note: This question has been previously asked on askubuntu.com but was rejected as off-topic, and instead, I was redirected to this site. Therefore I'm reposting it here. I'm trying to compile a ...
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How to create 32bit chroot system that is just a mirror of my current system for compiling purposes?

After lot of googling and posting and crying over obscure GCC linker error messages I concluded that the only way to reliably build something in foreign CPU architecture is to set up a chroot ...
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E: Unable to locate package libssl-dev when trying to download 32bit OpenSSL on 64bit system

I'm trying to compile multiarch project the right (means reproducible) way, so I decided to install all libraries through apt-get. But ever since the system noticed what I'm doing, it became hostile. ...
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Is there a general way of building 32bit projects on 64bit system?

I have a project that is supposed to run on all following platforms: Win x86 Win x64 Linux (Debian) x86 Linux (Debian) x64 I'm finish with windows and Linux x64 compiled although I'm not sure it ...
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Set up environment for cross-compilation to i386, armel, armhf, arm64 and mips with no libglib2 conflicts

I'm trying to set up a build environment for a software package in Debian Jessie. I need to produce amd64, i386 and eventually armel and armhf binaries of the software. It would be cool if I could ...
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Should I bother installing 32-bit KDE libraries?

Running a (C)LFS-x86_64 Linux computer with 32 bit libraries installed in parallel in /{usr,}/lib32 (compared with /{usr,}/lib64 which contains the same libraries, plus a couple extra.) Finished ...
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ld cannot find print_insn_big_mips(and few others) despite binutils-multiarch-dev installed

I am trying to compile a program(on Ubuntu 14.04 64 bit) that requires binutils with multiarch support(recommended version 2.20). I have installed binutils-multiarch 2.24 and the dev package from the ...
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How to convince APT that a cross-arch package is installed manually?

I have a qemu-armhf chroot environment on an amd64 machine (it's mainly for compiling Raspberry Pi code). As such it can run both armhf and amd64 binaries but it's faster doing the latter. There are ...
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Backtrace of “git clone” running inside qemu-user-emulation based arm-chroot

I'm running a wheezy:armhf chroot using qemu user emulation on my jessie:x86_64 system. Somehow, a git clone on a particular private repository will hang inside the chroot, while succeed natively. ...
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Having nVidia OpenGL 32bit driver on a 64bit Debian system in multiarch

I'm trying to install 32 bit nVidia drivers on my 64-bit system (to get wine working with OpenGL). So I tried: root@grzes:/lib# aptitude install libgl1-nvidia-glx:i386 libxvmcnvidia1:i386 The ...
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Segmentation fault in libGL.so.1

A while back I posted a question about running a 32 bit app in Debian Wheezy 64 bit Thanks to @JosephR I was able to run it without the nasty could not find libGL.so.1 error. Now, however, the app ...
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Running a 32-bit application in Debian Wheezy 64 bits: Missing libraries

I want to play the game Aquaria in a Debian Wheezy 64 bits. The installation went ok, but when trying to play the game I get these errors: ALSA lib conf.c:3314:(snd_config_hooks_call) Cannot open ...
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Is i386 multiarch support broken on amd64 Debian Sid? [closed]

I am currently experiencing issues with Debian Sid. My architecture is amd64 (x86-64). If I want to install a i386 package and run the following commands: # dpkg -add-architecture i386 # sudo apt-get ...
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Can one install an armel Ubuntu package on armhf Ubuntu system?

My particular concern is about installing "coq" in Ubuntu 12.04 for Toshiba AC100 (armhf distro), which hasn't been built successfully for armhf, but is available for armel -- https://answers....