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Re: Fedora Extras on x86_64

	I've been running x86_64 exclusively for a while now.  I find the only
thing I need to build from source is the kdemultimedia package,
everything else _I_ need is available by Matthias at
http://www.freshrpms.net - scripts could be written to automatically
generate x86_64 pacakges from source rpms but I wouldn't want to write
the dependency handling stuff.  Example, use the atd to download a bunch
of packages via ftp.  When done cd into the directory and do a

for x in *.src.rpm
	rpmbuild --rebuild $x


On Wed, 2004-11-24 at 15:00 +0000, Jeremy Sanders wrote:
> Hi -
> I'm running FC2 on a new Athlon-64 system (x86_64 installation).
> Looking at http://www.linuxtx.org/amd64faq.html it suggests I can get 
> fedora extras from 
> http://fedora.linux.duke.edu/fedorax86_64/fedora.us/2/x86_64/ .
> However, these are quite old compared to the i386 fedora extras.
> There aren't any x86_64 binaries at 
> http://download.fedora.us/fedora/fedora/2/i386/RPMS.stable/
> So I could
>   o Use the old ones at duke.edu
>   o Start recompiling SRPMS from the fedora.us
>   o Use the 32-bit apps, installing the appropriate 32-bit libraries
> Is there a more recent fedora extras repository? Is there an automated way 
> I could generate x86_64 packages from the SRPMS?
> Thanks
> Jeremy
> -- 
> Jeremy Sanders <jss ast cam ac uk>   http://www-xray.ast.cam.ac.uk/~jss/
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