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It depends how automatic you want it to be! My current way around this still involves an edit of Linux-g++.gmk, but uses uname to detect i*86 vs x86_64.
The first step is a new variable ARCH, which should be '64' on x86_64 and null otherwise:
... FCLIBS := -lg2c -lnsl ECHO := /bin/echo -e SHEXT := so ARCH := $(shell uname -m | cut -s -d "_" -f 2) ...
You can then use this to append to the lib path as follows, e.g.
... X11LIBS := -L/usr/X11R6/lib$(ARCH) -lXmu -lXt -lXext -lX11 -lSM -lICE ...
and similarly for any other paths that use the lib/lib64 division.
Not sure if that's what you want by automatic though. This could be patched into the distribution, but others would need to comment on that!