I am trying to follow this guide to set up a Ventrilo server on my SheevaPlug, running Debian armel. This page states that I can use QEMU to run the binary that was made for i386 on my arm system.
The setup for qemu says 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:
# 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
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.