acroread works now && /emul naming scheme?
A gentoo user just pointed me to this thread:
There, "evgeny" describes how to get acroread to work with amd64. The
solution boils down to adding
to the top of /usr/bin/acroread, as the locale directory already exists
on pure64. Oh, and I noticed that gentoo uses /emul/x86 instead of
/emul/ia32-linux. Probably either us or them should change directory
structure to get some consistency here?
And if someone tries to get opera running with plugins (e.g.
acroread...): You need the libXm libraries, which unfortunately are not
in ia32-libs. But you can get binary versions of those libraries here:
Extract those to the emul directory and it should work (at least it did