chroot desn't work

joerg joerg.twinklephone at
Mon Mar 3 21:12:03 CET 2008

Am Mo  3. März 2008 schrieb Federico:
> mmh you are right:
> wax at doralice:~/moko/mokobox$ file bin/sh
> bin/sh: symbolic link to `busybox'
> wax at doralice:~/moko/mokobox$ file bin/busybox
> bin/busybox: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, ARM, version 1 (SYSV),
> dynamically linked (uses shared libs), stripped
> but i compile the whole openmoko with X86_64 flag (i'm using ubuntu 64 bit).
> Why busybox is a 32-bit binary?

even more severe: why is it a ARM binary!?

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