I was working through my C programs, I am new to Linux/UNIX development and was having a look around. I created a simple C program of Hello world and was inspecting the compilation process. I tried ...
I want to find file types that are executable from the kernel's point of view. As far as I know all the executable files on Linux are ELF files. Thus I tried the following: find * | file | grep ELF ...
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 ...
Is it possible to check if given program was compiled with GNU gprof instrumentation, i.e. with '-pg' flag passed to both compiler and linker, without running it to check if it would generate a ...
Whenever I run file on an ELF binary I get this output: [jonescb@localhost ~]$ file a.out a.out: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), for GNU/Linux 2.6.9, dynamically linked ...
Is there some chance to know how a binary was built, under Linux? (and or other Unix) Compiler, version, time, flags etc... I looked at readelf and couldn't find much, but there might be other ways ...