I'm wondering about the way Linux manages shared libraries. (actually I'm talking about Maemo Fremantle, a Debian-based distro released in 2009 running on 256MB RAM). Let's assume we have two ...
In Windows, EXE and DLL have version info, including at least the following fields: file version product version internal name product name copyright In Linux Library / Executable: Which fields ...
I am trying to run an executable on Angstrom Linux, but ash tells me -sh: ./myEx: not found I've checked with readelf the program interpreter and it is root@beagleboard:~# readelf -l myEx | grep ...