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Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2011 08:01:42 +0200
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: No problem seen in Jumbo-6-RC5+0002 (was Problem seen
 in 1.7.8-Jumbo-6-RC3)

On 2011-09-21 02:25, JimF wrote:
>> As a sidenote, I can't cross-compile 64-32 targets unless removing the
>> -lz from LDFLAGS but when I do, everything builds and runs fine
>> including pkzip. It builds and runs fine with OR without -lz using
>> normal linux-x86-64. Is -lz needed on other systems?
> Could this be due to how the openssl was built on your system? I am
> pretty sure I had problem on both cygwin, and solaris, without the lz.

Probably. I have "multilib" versions (i.e. both 32-bit and 64-bit 
versions in separate dirs) of other libraries but there is just one 
libz. Some way it seems to have that 32/64 support made different than 
usual. Anyway I only have problems with the cross compiled test builds 
so this is not very important.


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