I used to have SPARC machines here, but they have all been lost over the
years in various moves and/or disasters.
But I still have one single 32 bit SPARC application that it would be nice
to be able to run now and again. It is a relatively simple, command line
only program. I have actually run it (sort of) using QEMU (the version of
QEMU where you give it a single program to run, rather than a full boot of
the foreign OS) under Linux on X86 and/or ARM. However, it doesn't
actually run because of library dependencies. I have tried (once, long
ago) to obtain the libraries, but could never quite get all that is needed.
So, hence the question in the Subject line. I would be willing to run this
app in some kind of virtual machine if necessary, presumably using QEMU.
I did some research, and it sounds like the answer is No, but you never can
tell; it sure looks like Oracle did everything possible to screw things up.
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