Applying the gist of the changes from this message, I have successfully built a qemu-i386 and qemu-img binary on my Zaurus SL-C3100 (inside a Debian chroot).
I hoped to use it to launch wine in user mode, so I grabbed the full i386 deptree of Debian's testing Wine distribution and ran "dpkg -x --instdir=/x86" on each .deb, creating a tree that (theoretically) contains all the x86 binaries and libs that wine needs to run. However, I following Qemu's user-mode documentation, I tried to run /x86/usr/bin/yes and get:
"Unable to load interpreter
The program is able to display its --help just fine.
I'm not at all familiar with cross-compilation and such, which is why I went for the prepackaged i386 environment instead of rolling my own glibc; is the problem there, or is the qemu executable I built somehow bad?
I'd love to get qemu-i386 and wine working together on the Z, and it seems tantalizingly close to possibility... It should be working now, in theory.
Is there any help out there?