[Glass] Throw away all 32bit code from the installation code ...

Dale Henrichs via Glass glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com
Tue Sep 8 20:16:47 PDT 2015


Am I off the hook for having to figure out the formula for installing 
the 32 bit libs for Pharo on SuSE (sooner rather than later)?

On 9/8/15 12:41 PM, Dale Henrichs wrote:
> Marten,
> The installGemStone script just installs the bits for the product. I 
> assume you are just looking for the product bits  when you say "like 
> the old was" and you aren't interested in using the other 
> gsDevKitHome scripts?
> Pharo is used in a number of the other gsDevKitHome scripts so that I 
> could avoid implementing some of the more complicated logic in bash.
> If you want to use the other gsDevKitHome scripts then we need to 
> solve the Pharo 32 bit library installation problem ...
> I've not used SuSE before but we do have a SuSE 12 machine in house 
> and if you give me a couple of days I can probably figure out the SuSE 
> incantations needed to install the necessary 32 bit library support ...
> If you don't care about using the other gsDevKitHome scripts then the 
> installGemStone should do the trick ...
> Let me know if installGEmStone solves your immediate problem ...
> Dale
> On 09/08/2015 09:57 AM, itlists at schrievkrom.de via Glass wrote:
>> Am 08.09.2015 um 18:06 schrieb Richard Sargent via Glass:
>>>> Is it possible to install 3.2.7 in a way like the old was ?
>>> It's not clear what you are really asking. There are always the 
>>> instructions
>>> available on this page [https://gemtalksystems.com/products/gs64/]. 
>>> Just use
>>> the Installation Guide specific to your target system.
>>   I use the installServer.sh script (from the glass site) and actually I
>> get an installed Gemstone server 3.2.7 .
>>   Marten

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