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"La porte la mieux fermée est celle que l'on peut laisser ouverte" (Lao-Tseu - Tao-Tö-King)


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comment Getting “Not found” message when running a 32-bit binary on a 64-bit system
cf. comment to Gilles on main post : You were right. There was some libs missing. The main advantage of debootstrap is that I could solve the problem with a basic aptitude install :)
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comment Getting “Not found” message when running a 32-bit binary on a 64-bit system
@Gilles : Thanks a lot ! An aptitude install ia32-libs has solved the problem !! I had seen that the perl was 32 bits but since it was working on the main system (same distrib) I had just assumed it wasn't linked. Actually, I must have installed the 32-bit runtime system on the main system at some point.
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comment Getting “Not found” message when running a 32-bit binary on a 64-bit system
Actually I get : perl is not a dynamic executable when I am in the chroot and I get the correct list of dependencies from outside. I am currently checking if there's something strange but I used a debootstrap to avoid this kinds of lack and have many libs already in place (there's a perl executable in the chroot system that runs well but it's a different version ; maybe I will just do some symbolic link ?)
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comment How do I remove every file that has x in its title?
@Marcel : of course, my point was just to say that one could use the maxdepth flag to control deepness. Moreoever, find will allow you to do more elaborate things (like deleting only old files etc...)
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comment How do I remove every file that has x in its title?
Just for information : you can use -maxdepth 1 with find to use only the current directory
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comment Changing the bash prompt
@seppk : thanks for the comment. I have used zsh for many years and here at work I have to use bash. I didn't notice that RPS1 wasn't available on it.
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comment Changing the bash prompt
Indeed, I've just got confused when I wrote this answer. Corrected.