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Make a backport for a 32 bit system using prevu on a 64 bit system
I want to make a backport of a package (in my case luakit) on my 64 bit machine (ubuntu natty) for a 32 bit machine (ubuntu jaunty) using prevu. What are the detailed steps to do this?
Dec 16 '11 at 19:06
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