I am trying to follow this guide: http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/SetUpAVentriloServer
to set up a Ventrilo server on my SheevaPlug, running Debian armel. This page states that you can use qemu to run the binary that was made for i386 on my arm system.
The setup for qemu says: http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/Optware/Qemu?from=Unslung.Qemu
that I need to install qemu, qemu-user, and qemu-libc-i386. I found the first two in apt-get, but qemu-libc-i386 is not a package. So I tried to run qemu to run ventrilo server like this:
root@micro:/home/ventrilo/ventsrv# qemu-i386 ./ventrilo_srv /lib/ld-linux.so.2: No such file or directory
It seems that ld-linux.so.2 is the i386 version of what i have in armel as ld-linux.so.3.
So I know the how-to is for a different distribution of Linux, but it seems that I should be able to get this running in Debian if they could in their crazy distro. Is there a package that I can get that will install the libc-i386 so I can get this to run (similar to ia32-libs for an x64 system?) I tried also copying the so.2 from another i386 system and that didn't get me anywhere.