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I have a file called ttsql in linux and windows machine. But that ttsql file builded separately for windows and linux. The windows file is working properly. But In linux , Which is not working. How Can i convert .exe into linux excutable file.

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    Looks like some XY problem. You should edit your question to explain your real needs (and what this ttsql program does and why is it so important to you...). Perhaps you just want some interface to some database? May 10, 2017 at 14:45

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In general it is not possible. You might try to use Wine (a sort-of Windows emulator) to run your Windows executable on Linux.

If possible, it is better to get a Linux equivalent, perhaps by porting and recompiling the source code (of your application) for Linux.

BTW, the impossibility to run a Windows executable on Linux is related to the essential differences between these two operating systems. I recommend reading Operating Systems : Three Easy Pieces to learn more about OSes.

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  • I'm Using putty to work on linux. Is there any external third party software available for conversion @Basile Starynkevitch
    – Saravanan
    May 10, 2017 at 9:12
  • No, there is not, and there cannot be. I suggest to solve your needs (which you did not explain) in some other way. May 10, 2017 at 14:43

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