In my previous post in the old forum, I had discussed on how to run x86 applications with help from the community by using qemu-user-static and debootstrap:
However, after so much testing I found that Qemu is kind of slow to run an x86 application. And also at the moment qemu-user-static from AUR package failed to compile by using the latest Manjaro kernel, therefore it might be hard for you to follow.
After doing some research I found that there is a better alternative to Qemu in emulating x86, it is called “Box86”. It runs game faster than Qemu and probably runs faster than Hangover-Wine as well.
In fact there is a Distro called “TwisterOS” that manages to run “Box86” out of the box with high performance, but it is only limited for “Raspberry Pi” and “RK3399” chip. Even it can run a windows game very smoothly:
I found the “Box86” package in AUR but it is limited to “armhf”
It is said that to be able to compile box86 I have to use chroot 32 bit system.
While at the moment “Qemu-user-static” from AUR package failed to compile.
Is there any option to bootstrap directly an “armhf” manjaro on “arm64” Manjaro version?