I have a 64-bit Ubuntu and want to execute a 32-bit FreeRTOS binary. The error message says no such file or directory. The files are there I can read them with ls -l.
I have a binary that runs on my Debian Squeeze system, but then it doesn't do anything on my Debian Wheezy (kernel Linux 3.2.0-4-amd64) system. Both systems are 64 bit, while the executable is a 32 ...
Possible Duplicate: Getting “Not found” message when running a 32-bit binary on a 64-bit system Ok I feel like I'm having some sort of brain fade moment, please help me out. I ...
I cannot run firefox version 9.0.1. When i try to execute the binary firefox I get an error -bash: ./firefox: cannot execute binary file. The info returned by file is as follows: firefox: ELF 32-bit ...
Possible Duplicate: Can't execute some binaries in chroot environment (zsh: Not found) Today I ran into something that has me stumped. A co-worker is working with a specific ...
I have currently a strange problem on debian (wheezy/amd64). I have created a chroot to install a server (i can't give any more detail about it, sorry). Let's call its path /chr_path/. To make things ...