Which distributions have already fully dropped i386 support?
Even RHEL 8 still provides i386 compat libraries.
Libraries, or just the libc library?
Note, Ubuntu too provides cross-compiled libc6 for 32bit on amd64, specifically:
$ apt show libc6-i386:amd64
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <email@example.com>
Original-Maintainer: GNU Libc Maintainers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Installed-Size: 13.9 MB
Depends: libc6 (= 2.29-0ubuntu2)
Conflicts: libc0.1-i386, libc6-amd64, libc6-i386:x32, libc6-mips32, libc6-mips64, libc6-mipsn32, libc6-powerpc, libc6-ppc64, libc6-s390, libc6-sparc, libc6-sparc64, libc6-x32:i386
Download-Size: 2,658 kB
APT-Sources: http://mirror.sax.uk.as61049.net/ubuntu eoan/main amd64 Packages
Description: GNU C Library: 32-bit shared libraries for AMD64
This package includes shared versions of the standard C
library and the standard math library, as well as many others.
This is the 32bit version of the library, meant for AMD64 systems.
But that is not
libc6:i386 from the i386 archive. RHEL8 supports only
amd64 arm64 ppc64el s390x (using dpkg arch tags). Ubuntu supports all of those and
I do not have access to RHEL8, do you have a list of any other
Arch: i686 rpms that they provide prebuilt?