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@null Download (curl) error for ' ': Error code: Unrecognized error Error message: error:1407742E:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:tlsv1 alert protocol version 2) When I build the "vib" with "ARCHPAIRS := a=x86:b=32" and deploy to esx, the plugin works ("hardware accelleration" shows "supported", and I can see via logging that the plugin is running). When I build the "vib" with "ARCHPAIRS := a=x64:b=64", it does not work - ("hardware accelleration" shows "not supported", and I do not see the logging). However, the esx host is 64 bit: [root@localhost:~] uname -a VMkernel localhost 6.5.0 #1 SMP Release build-14320405 Aug 5 2019 02:37:27 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 ESXi 3) When I build for 64 bits, install, and restart esx, it does not work, as described above. However, I don't see any logging describing why (i.e. unsupported architecture, or similar). I've checked /var/log. Where would I find these logs? 4) How do I include a dependency in the vib file? For example, I want to depend on libnfs ( ), which I have as a shared object library (libnfs.so). Whenever I reboot esx, the disk is reset (ramdisk), so I can't simply place the libnfs.so file there 5) In the Makefile, what is the difference between ARCHPAIRS and ARCHBITS 6) What is the meaning of "ARCH ?= bad_arch" in the makefile
 
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