[Distutils] bdist_rpm and bdist on x86-64
mal at egenix.com
Fri Apr 15 23:23:56 CEST 2005
Jeremy Sanders wrote:
> On Fri, 15 Apr 2005, M.-A. Lemburg wrote:
>> Just as note: distutils should read this from the Makefile rather
>> than trying to guess - whether or not lib64 is used depends on the
>> distribution, the way the particular Python version was installed,
>> etc. (e.g. a user installed Python version will still install
>> to /usr/lib per default - even on 64-bit platforms).
Should have been "/usr/local/lib/python2.4".
> Is this a packaging bug in fedora?
No, it's just the way most Linux distro's tweak the Python
setup to support 64-bit along side with 32-bit ones (which
then usually live in /usr/lib et al).
You often have problems with this choice if you want to
build things from source on x86-64. In most cases, you
need to set LDFLAGS to -L/usr/lib64 or edit Makefiles.
to adjust the compiler settings.
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