Hi Daniel, Daniel Lin wrote: > To do cross compile of 32/64 bit program on one machine.(which installed > 64-bit zsh) > I use ArchLinux x86_64 as host machine. > And a arch32 chroot environment for 32-bit compiling(which installed 32-bit > zsh). > > One problem is the PS1 of zsh. > It will display the same on both environment. > I'm wonder could I show different prompt inside the chroot environemnt? > > If zsh's prompt variable can deal this? On Linux, you can simply do something like this: PS1=$(file -L /proc/$$/exe | sed -e 's/.*ELF //' -e 's/-bit.*/ /') On my 64 bit (debian derivative) system, that yields a PS1 of "64 ", while in the 32 bit (debian) chroot, that yields a PS1 of "32 ". Ciao, Thomas -- Thomas Köhler Email: jean-luc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <>< WWW: http://gott-gehabt.de IRC: tkoehler Freenode: thkoehler PGP public key available from Homepage!
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