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Why does sh say “not found” when it's definitely there? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: “No such file or directory” lies on Optware installed binaries I'm trying to add ebtables to a little router box. I went and got a binary compiled for the correct ...
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File not found for file which is there [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: “No such file or directory” lies on Optware installed binaries I am currently trying to get some piece of hardware to work on an embedded device. One part of the ...
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Getting “Not found” message when running a 32-bit binary on a 64-bit system

I have currently a strange problem on debian (wheezy/amd64). I have created a chroot to install a server (i can't give any more detail about it, sorry). Let's call its path /chr_path/. To make things ...
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“No such file or directory” when executing a cross-compiled program on a Raspberry Pi

I recently bought a Raspberry Pi. I already have configured it, and I install a cross compiler for arm on my desktop (amd64). I compiled a simple "hello world" program and then I copy it from my ...
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Why can't I execute Android x86 executables on Linux

I am trying to port Android apps to Linux (don't laugh :) and I have come across a problem. When trying to execute an Android executable (app_process) after adding the executable permission with ./...
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What is the difference between ARM and armv71? [closed]

Edit for people looking this up in the future: My understanding right now is the "No such file or directory" is misleading. If you have an elf, you run it by chmod a+x and ./programname.elf. The ...
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ld-uClibc.so missing

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 ...
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/home/amnesia/myfile: command not found — 64-bit executable, 64-bit kernel

Trying to run an executable file on terminal (I am using Tails live OS), but I keep receiving an error message. I have set permissions already. The command I wrote: sudo ./home/amnesia/myfile I ...
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Can see file in /usr/local/bin with ls, but attempting to run it yields file not found?

I'm on OS X, but since this is terminal work I figured this was the best place to ask. I'm trying to get Sublime Text to work at the command line via subl and having no luck. I ran ln -s <location ...
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Getting an “ Exec format error” on arm64 embedded Linux

I have a renesas v3h ARM v8 processor on an embedded platform. The yocto Linux on it doesnt have support for sshd so I was trying to install the binary in the rootfs. I downloaded the binary from here ...
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executable lies about own existence [duplicate]

Okay, I'm completely baffled on this one. I'm installing a piece of software called InterPro Scan for my superiors, and it is complaining about an executable not existing. Please see below. root@cpt:...