Q: am-util-6.0 setup problems

Q: am-util-6.0 setup problems

Post by Christopher Drexle » Thu, 25 Mar 1999 04:00:00



Hi everybody,

using am-utils-6.0 we want to set up a architecture dependend package
structure as
follows:
             /pkg/xfig-3.2/bin
                          /lib
                          /include
                          /src
              ..etc...

where bin and lib are linked to .arch (automounted) directories for
various
architectures.

The idea is not to have _common_ architecture dependend bin and lib
directories
but per package like:

             /pkg/xfig-3.2/.arch.i386/bin
             /pkg/xfig-3.2/.arch.irix/bin

Now we tried several ways to automount /pkg/xfig-3.2/.arch to
/pkg/xfig-3.2/.arch.${arch}
but had no success.

Can anybody suggest a map for doing this.

Thanx in advance

Chris

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-------------------------
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