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There is no such kernel option as far as I can tell. You can take a look yourself through the kernel source if you want; relevant things to search for are set_personality and current->personality. The flag you want is PER_LINUX32. Short of patching the kernel, your solution of overriding init is probably the simplest one. This isn't really out of the ...


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“No such file or directory” for a file that exists is a symptom of a missing loader. In your case, with a 32-bit binary on a 64-bit system, you're missing the dynamic loader /lib/ld-linux.so.2. Having multi-arch enabled means that you can install 32-bit packages on your 64-bit system. But to actually run 32-bit executables, you need to actually install ...



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