I've looked over the internet and found some instructions for suse linux on how to make adobe flash plugin work in non-x86 env via qemu http://en.opensuse.org/PowerPC_Flash_Player
. I've installed everything as described there only with changes corresponding for debian. When executing anything from x86 linux everything is ok, but when I am trying to chroot to that dir I'm getting this:
bash: fork: Invalid argument
Can anyone help with this issue?
I really hope you're trying this on an Apple G5 or something because emulating x86 through QEMU on a G4 is going to be worse than using the slow opensource players.
As for the problem, you're trying to "chroot into that dir".. what directory? The x86 emulation one? If you do a chroot you will probably lose the ability to run the x86 Linux stuff through QEMU as it relies on paths to the PPC Linux relative to it's root. You will have to do some egregious symlinking!
Matt Sealey, Genesi USA Inc.
Product Development Analyst