/bin/sh: cannot execute binary
justinwhelan at tiscali.co.uk
Tue Dec 20 07:26:51 PST 2005
I am having a bit of difficulty and hoped for some help. I have seen the
same problem posted on your archives unfortunately the help did not fix
my problem. The problem is when I try to install perl I get the
/bin/sh: ./try: cannot execute binary
gcc -v works fine.
The only thing I can see that might have any affect is the uname -m and
-p commands both indicate 'unknown' for machine and processor. The fix
that worked for the previous problem was
CONFIG_X86_PC was changed to CONFIG_X86_64
in the kernel config.
however, my kernel config already shows the correct line.
Any help would be gratefully received.
Thanks, Justin Whelan.
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