Getting “Not found” message when running a 32-bit binary on a 64-bit system
Ok I feel like I'm having some sort of brain fade moment, please help me out.
I just installed Unreal Tournament on my Linux Mint Debian Edition OS. The startup script was complaining about a missing file so I decided to check it out manually.
~/Desktop $ ut /usr/local/bin/ut: 78: ./ut-bin: not found ~/Desktop $ cd /usr/local/games/ut/System/ /usr/local/games/ut/System $ ls -l ut-bin -rwxrwxr-x 1 root staff 91336 Jan 28 11:33 ut-bin /usr/local/games/ut/System $ ./ut-bin bash: ./ut-bin: No such file or directory
ut-bin is a binary executable according to the
file command. Why is bash complaining about a missing file? I tried executing it in another shell and got a similar error. I also launched a new terminal with no change.
What am I missing here?