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Tima22
25-May-2012, 11:56
Hello

i created my own liveCD, but it seems to work properly only on 32 bit
processors. Not all programs created my make, but some do not run on
amd64 (it can be something else, i dont know why for example asterisk
doesnt work, but the intel / amd difference is the most noticeable)

What is now the most appropriate way to get the liveCD working? I
consider to use fatELF, but cross-compiler installation is near to
voodoo ritual. Is it possible to compile binaries on separate systems
and then append the 64 bit binary to fatELF, what about dependencies,
libs and so on in this case? Or may be there is a better way to do this?

Thanks


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Jim Henderson
25-May-2012, 19:31
On Fri, 25 May 2012 10:56:03 +0000, Tima22 wrote:

> i created my own liveCD, but it seems to work properly only on 32 bit
> processors.

What specific errors do you get?

What did you use as a base OS?

Jim

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