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Multilib support is coming to Arch, see:

The repository can be found here:

Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

TODO list

  • build Multilib_Project/Needed_Packages using the new toolchain (done)
  • clean up lib32 stuff from community (done)
  • arch-multilib mailing list (done)
  • infrastructure (folders) on sigurd for the new repository (done)
  • adjust dbscripts so cleanup doesn't kill our packages (done)
  • world domination (pending)

Developers and TUs interested in helping with multilib

  • Thomas Bächler
  • Jan Steffens
  • Sven-Hendrik Haase
  • Ionut Biru
  • Rémy Oudompheng
  • Laurent Carlier
  • Devin Cofer
  • ...

lib32-libstdc++5 fix

If your system complains that it "could not satisfy dependencies" because "lib32-libstdc++5" the package "lib32-gcc" these are the steps that can be taken to fix the problem.

1) Make sure that you have added this to pacman.conf

Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

2) The make sure to update your pacman package list:

pacman -Syy

3) Next remove lib32-libstdc++5

pacman -Rd lib32-libstdc++5

4) Then upgrade your system.

pacman -Syu

5) Then install the multilib gcc package

pacman -S gcc-multilib

6) Download the PKGBUILD for lib32-libstdc++5

7) Extract the contents of the PKGBUILD and modify the PKGBUILD by replacing the dependency "lib32-gcc" with the words "gcc-multilib"

8) Run `makepkg` to build the package (make sure you do NOT run makepkg as root or sudo)

9) Install the lib32-libstdc++5 package which makepkg built for you

pacman -U lib32-libstdc++5-3.3.6-3-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz