I want to convert my shell scripts into binary executable so that nobody else could edit or read it.Is there any way to convert it into binary executable?
I'm currently trying to run Knime (a Java-based program) on a Linux server, and every time I try to execute the file (knime) it gives me a "cannot execute binary file" error. I've posted the relevant ...
I have a program (JavaFX 2, namely), and one of its binaries (libglass.so) requires libgio-2.0.so.0. The problem is, the system, on which I need to run the app, is quite old and mostly out of my ...
I have two binary files. One of few hundreds kilos and other of few gigabytes. I want to know whether the whole, smaller, file is contained within the larger one and if so then what is the offset from ...
I thought Linux from Scratch was a pretty cool tutorial, but I felt having to wait for everything to compile was a bit nerve-wreaking. Is there a tutorial similar to LFS except pre-compiled binaries ...
At the end, it looks like it's just a regular sh script: [USER@MACHINE ~/Desktop/D] head -2 truecrypt-7.1-setup-x86 #!/bin/sh CHECKSUM=163123652 but @the scripts end: [USER@MACHINE ~/Desktop/D] ...