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I have a system that built everything on the Musl libc combination, I wish to run glibc built applications. Is there a simple way to do this?
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rsmith6559
  • rsmith6559
Try one that's easy to uninstall and clean up if it crashes and burns?
Opcode
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I did test whether I could run glibc built binaries on a Musl libc platform, in short I cannot. I tried building statically; however, glibc built applications (even static) still do not run on a Musl libc platform. (Musl static built binaries run on glibc though.) I can create a chroot environment running that lets me run glibc programs, as long as glibc is the base of the chroot. Issues with this is it is time consuming, and I do not have the time to continuously spare and maintain packages built on the glibc chroot just because I want to run one application that I cannot build from source. Honestly just looking for a way to simplify my life when using a Musl libc Linux.
rsmith6559
  • rsmith6559
Virtual Machine?

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Opcode
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There not enough memory on the actual machine to run a virtual machine.
rsmith6559
  • rsmith6559
I'm out of ideas. Another machine seems like the only way.
hari5719
  • hari5719
clear the temp files before using a virtual machine i guess
Opcode
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The current hardware I am working on has only 60.08 MiB of RAM. I could desolder the current RAM, and add more; however, [sadly] this is exotic hardware, so there is no documentation.
BrettRoss25
  • BrettRoss25
here hope this helps http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/html_single/Glibc-Install-HOWTO/
Opcode
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That does not help. What I have decided to do was create a separate partition, in which everything glibc lives, and use LD_PRELOAD to redirect looks ups, etc. Current problem: It is slow.
hari5719
  • hari5719
change ure RAM if its slow
Opcode
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@hari5719 by slow I mean it takes time out of my development process. Also I cannot add more RAM if you read above you would know the current RAM is soldered to the board.
hari5719
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oh ok thts bad !!

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