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answered How can I find my DHCP server?
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revised How do I get the MAC address of my router?
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answered Application which will display the current coordinates of the mouse cursor?
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Sep
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comment Building a package for another architecture
Thanks! Worked wonderfully. Just a note: the output packages are dropped in ~/pbuilder/trusty-i386_result (or similar).
Sep
15
revised Building a package for another architecture
Removed sudo from pbuilder-dist commands as they weren't necessary (and it complained when I tried to use it)
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Sep
15
revised Building a package for another architecture
Added ubuntu-dev-tools as a requirement, as that's where pbuilder-dist lives.
Sep
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Sep
15
comment Building a package for another architecture
Also tried setting debian/source/format to 3.0 (quilt) after a little research. No change.
Sep
15
comment Building a package for another architecture
@Braiam When I first ran dpkg-source --commit, I got 'dpkg-source --commit' is not supported by the source format '1.0'. I blindly changed debian/source/format to 2.0 and it ran. Running debuild -us -uc -F still just gives me the 64-bit packages.
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