florin at bnv-bamberg.de
Sun Jul 8 14:29:13 PDT 2001
This things happened to me when I tried to execute a program and some
libraries were missing -- most commonly the libc (that is I had a wrong
Is your LFS glibc-2.1 or 2.2? What about other libraries? Do a
$ ldd <program>
on the program you would like to execute. That one will show you the libs
you need to have, and, if you're very lucky, which of those could not be
On Sun, 8 Jul 2001, Corey McGuire wrote:
> Ok, I have mentioned this before, but until now, I didn't have to opportunity to recreate this phenomena.
> When I download a binary, "squake" for example, chmod 755, then try to execute "./squake" I get the error "sh: ./squake: No such file or directory"
> This happens only with executables downloaded in binary form, when I compile the executable, it works fine.
> I have tried FTP, HTTP and good old floppy with the same results.
> I have another Linux box, I try it, it works fine.
> This is not just squake, this is all downloaded binaries and even downloaded scripts. (i can dump scripts via Telnet, or i wouldn't have gotten this far)
> As a sanity check, AND THIS IS THE KICKER, I extracted it in my old host OS (suse 6.3) chmod 755, ran it, it spit out an error saying i didn't have the pak files (which means it worked) THEN rebooted into LFS and it STILL didn't work.
> What am I doing wrong?
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