[conspire] cannot execute binary file
rick at linuxmafia.com
Wed Aug 31 11:29:13 PDT 2016
Quoting Paul Zander (paulz at ieee.org):
> But for some more complex stuff, this doesn't always work. For example,
> I downloaded a Firefox tarball and unpacked it to some directory.
> . ./firefox
> bash: .: ./firefox: cannot execute binary file
Assuming ./firefox has the executable bit, you might have downloaded the wrong
CPU architecture, e.g., trying to run the IA32 version on an x86_64
distro that lacks 32-bit application support.
Or, could be a missing library. What's the output of 'ldd ./firefox'?
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