ia32 libs for Android SDK on Fedora 12 x86_64

By default, Fedora x86_64 distribution doesn’t come with a handy pacakge as Ubuntu does, ie. ia32-libs. In order to run 32-bit applications on a 64bit Fedora, you will have to figure out what libs are required and install them manually. Unfortunately, Android SDK is one of the 32-bit applications that I really want to run on my Fedora.
 
After spending some time googling around, the best result I could find is this link. Although it was written for Fedora11, many people reported that it is still working for Fedora 12. However, I don’t think we need that many 32-bit libs for Android SDK to function. Therefore, I went ahead, did some research and came up with the following list of libs required for Android SDK 2.0 on Fedora 12 x86_64.
 
alsa-lib.i686
audiofile.i686
directfb.i686
esound-libs.i686
expat.i686
freetype-freeworld.i686
glibc.i686
libdrm.i686            
libgcc.i686
libjpeg.i686           
libpng.i686            
libselinux.i686        
libstdc++.i686
libsysfs.i686          
libv4l.i686            
libvncserver.i686      
libX11.i686
libXau.i686
libxcb.i686
libXdamage.i686        
libXdmcp.i686
libXext.i686           
libXfixes.i686         
libXxf86vm.i686        
lzo-minilzo.i686       
mesa-dri-drivers.i686  
mesa-libGL.i686        
ncurses-libs.i686
nss-softokn-freebl.i686
SDL.i686
tslib.i686  
zlib.i686
 
You can save the libs into Fedora-ia32.txt and execute this command as root:
 
# yum install -y $(< Fedora-ia32.txt)
 
It works fine for me and hopefully it will work for you as well. :)
 
 
 
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4 Responses to “ia32 libs for Android SDK on Fedora 12 x86_64”

  1. Lei Says:

    路过。。。。

  2. Davidg Says:

    Thanks, this worked for Fedora16 as well

  3. knadn why Says:

    Thanks, this worked for Fedora17 as well

  4. Dan Says:

    Works in Fedora18 – a few packages don’t exist anymore but the issue with the NDT was resolved. Thanks!

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