I agree with @phuclv answer. Looking at what seems to be the product page it appears that you don't have access to the source code to compile it for your platform by yourself.
Since this is a commercial product with commercial support, your best option is to contact the software manufacturer and request that they provide an ARM64 AppImage. They seem to have ...
Each architecture speaks its own hardware language so of course ARM CPUs can only run ARM binaries natively. If you want to run binaries for another architecture you need to use an emulator. The most famous x86-64 emulators are qemu and bochs
But emulation is extremely slow so it won't be suitable for time-sensitive applications, and should be the last ...
It is not a general substitute for | but will work in some cases:
Alternative 2 (requires \):
perl -e 'print "I=\"".chr(124)."\"\n"' >> .bashrc
perl -e 'print "I=".'"'"'"'"'"'.chr(124).'"'"'"'"'"'.'"'
'" >> .bashrc
Alternative 4: Edit .bashrc and ...
The problem seems to be, that you compiled the library using the android-ndk. This way it is linked against the android version of libc.so.
On some linux distributions libc.so seems to be a linker script and not an actual library, while the android-ndk apparently expects it to be a library.
However even if you replace libc.so with a symbolic link to the ...