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Date: Mon, 29 May 2017 20:08:05 +0000
From: "Laurent Bercot" <>
Subject: Re: -m32

>I tried to compile a "hello world" program (on a x86_64 system) with
>the -m32 flag of gcc:

  AIUI, musl doesn't support multi-arch, and considers that x86 and 
are two different architectures. You cannot use the musl-gcc wrapper for
this, you need a cross-toolchain actually targetting your 32-bit arch.

  Fortunately, these are easy to make with the musl-cross-make tool.
  Here are a few:
  You'll be interested in the i486* or i686* ones.


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