That's what happens when /tmp isn't mounted in the chroot (mount --bind /tmp /chroot/tmp, or via fstab).Originally Posted by raid517
If you mean, it can't see the devices, you need to mount --bind /dev /chroot/dev (see my post above). If you mean it can't see the modules, don't worry; only the kernel needs to see them.Worse still Kaffeine needs access to kernel drivers to work my TV card - and it can't see these in chroot.
I'm not familiar with kaffeine, but that doesn't sound right. I can tell you, I run 64-bit MPlayer, VLC and Xine here, and they can play almost everything with only their native (64-bit) codecs.There is a 64Bit version of kaffeine - but all the codecs it needs to play mutimedia files and TV streams are in 32 bit