I wouldn't bother. Just use QEMU. It's slower but it works.
I don't think proprietary software is worthwile on Linux. No, I'm not an RMS type that would completely boycott proprietary anything on philosphical grounds. It's just that my experience is that if I can't compile it from source on Linux it sucks.
First... you have to be running the same distro as the author or.. no support and maybe a 40% chance it will even work.
Ok, for the Pi everything is probably Raspbian so that might not be a problem.
But.. a year later... it doesn't work if you download any updates because it is dependant on some old library version or the distro has moved some file or something like that.
If you get source code... just recompile and it works. You get about 5 years before Linux has changed too much to use that same source code without modification.
Get a community to maintain the source code... it's more like 25 years.
Now.. proprietary software on Windows.. 10 to 20 years before you can't use it anymore.