[pkg-wine-party] Wine / ARM architectures
jre.winesim at gmail.com
Tue Dec 8 17:38:28 UTC 2015
two questions about wine/ARM (I'm quite unfamiliar with architecture
stuff in general, and ARM in particular):
We recently added armel (https://bugs.debian.org/803480), but the
packages fail to build there:
checking whether gcc supports Thumb... no
configure: error: You need a target with Thumb support to build Wine for
debian/rules:80: recipe for target 'override_dh_auto_configure' failed
However, looking at https://wiki.debian.org/ArmEabiPort, I understand
that armel has Thumb support.
Is Debian/armel missing some relevant support, do we need to fix
debian/rules, or is it something else? In the former case I guess we
should just drop armel again.
Matching 64- and 32-but architectures:
For an arm64 system, I assume wine32 should be installed from armhf (and
optionally from armel in case we fix that)!?
But installing wine32:i386 (or :powerpc) would not work, or should at
least not be suggested!?
Thanks in advance
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