progress with downloaded executeables in LFS problem = bad bash?

Bruce Dubbs bdubbs at swbell.net
Sun Jul 8 18:23:52 PDT 2001


I may be alittle late getting in here, but what does ldd squake give you?  It
sounds like you are missing a required shared object (.so library file) in
your lfs system.

  -- Bruce

Corey McGuire wrote:
> 
> Interesting progress combating this phenomena
> 
> when a chroot to my "host" linux distro, i CAN run squake under LFS... do i have a bad compile of BASH?
> 
> how can i test this further?
> 
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> On 7/8/2001 at 10:53 AM Corey McGuire wrote:
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> >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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