Sorry I was not clear in my original message and threw off a lot of people but a few understood me. The program works with:
./dosomething ....... on a knoppix 32bit netbook
./dosomething ....... does not work on a two 64 bit setups of the Redhat flavor....
objdump gives "elf32-i386"
it is not a chmod or file-not-there-in-the-directory-problem.....
On Monday, November 5, 2012 7:45:40 AM UTC-8, bovin...@gmail.com wrote:
> I have an excutable delivered to my company. Call it dosomething.
> I run
> and I get
> ./dosomething: command not found
> bizarre..... I tried this on two x86_64 machines, and then decided to run it on my netbook running i686 knoppix running from a usb stick.
> It turns out that the executable is 32bit and can't run on 64 bit. But why? How can I fix this? Is it missing some library or something?
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