I am facing problem on executing commands like df -h,ls-l,grep etc in /bin.
it is showing below errors:--
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-bash: /bin/egrep: cannot execute binary file
I just installed amanda-backup_client-2.6.0p2-1.rhel4.i386.rpm on my Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 system. But I don't know who to check if it successfully installed or not. When I try to run amrecover from root, I get:
i created a /tmp partition amd mounted it like this:" mount -o loop,noexec,nosuid,rw /usr/tmpDSK /tmp" I know i can't execute things in /tmp now but is there a way to execute only one file and no more???
edit unzip binary file to fix a security issue with cpanel?i tried hex editior but i canot understand the file codes!iam a basic php scripter and pwn but i canot understand this its just numbers and strange characters!......................45..................5......@#........ like this
I'm new to Fedora, and haven't used any flavor of Linux in years. I'm attempting to run a few benchmarks that were given to me by my instructor, but every one I try to run gives an error "Cannot execute binary file". For instance,.inp.inThis command gives an error:bash: ./Mcf: cannot execute binary fileIt is not a permission problem, I have confirmed the file has execute permissions (one of the things I still remembered after all these years). I suspect all the benchmarks I have been given were compiled on Ubuntu. Would this be causing the problem? I do not have access to the source code, so I cannot recompile. If that is the problem, is there a way around it that doesn't involve throwing away a weekend and starting fresh on Ubuntu?
I found a Linux .x86 binary file that I've been looking for, but not sure what to do with it. Does this (*.x86) binary file format seem like something that could simply be run by command, or something that would need to be compiled first? There is not much information that I could find regarding the particularly file.
I'm trying to install this app called genBlast. It's a bioinformatics tool that does some cool stuff (I guess the actual use doesn't matter that much). Anyway, it comes as a .tar.gz folder with about a dozen executables in it; no compiling necessary. I extracted it to the desktop so I didn't have to worry about permissions, and then just tried to run it from inside the directory (it's a command line app).
All of the executables work with a ./ except one, and it's the most important one for that matter. When I go to run it, I get the error message Code: bash: ./genblast: cannot execute binary file I've checked permissions with ls -l, run a chmod 'u+x' just to make sure, and everything else I can think of. But it just won't work. Also, I just installed it on another computer and it works fine, so I'm pretty sure it's on my end.
I tried to restart my httpd service.cannot execute binary file seems like the HTTPD wasnt stopped while it should be stopped. it skipped the 'stop' and just right away jump into 'start' command. my case is i just changed some php.ini configuration, and to have it changed i need to restart after changes.am i correct if i say my '/bin/rm' and '/bin/touch' files are corrupted?
I have download a 'package' that is meant to be used for genetic research and such...Anyway, i have downloaded the file and when i try to execute the included example, it says cannot execute binary file. i've tried all sorts of permissons/re-downloading/etc. I've pastted the attached readme that I followed EXACTLY, but am still gettin an error[URL]m/here is the readme that comes with it:EMINIM : Expectation-Maximized INtegrative IMputation
0. GETTING STARTED 0.1 Uncompress the package $ tar xzvf eminim-1-beta.tar.gz
I'm trying to compile a simple script for a ar71xx (bleeding edge /from snapshots) Openwrt router.I have previously compiled scripts for Kamikaze 8.09. I just copied the gcc file inside the SDK dir and used it without problems.
I am using Karmic. I just downloaded Cinelerra from sourceforge. Apparently there is no installation, you just run the binary (according to the Readme). The binary is set to be executable (-rwxr-xr-x), but when I double click it in nautilus nothing happens. When I go to the app directory in the terminal and do:
ssh - execute the script remotely / File not found: ''I am uisng amazon ec2-api-tool & ec2-ami-tool
i was unable to execute through ssh. Getting error as File not found: The same script i can able to run directly in client machine successfully. Through ssh i was uanble to run the script remotely Source : myScript.sh ec2-create-volume --size $1 --availability-zone $2 $ssh -i key.pem root@myhost ./myScript.sh 10 us-east-1a In remote machine i have permission for myScript.sh as -rwxr-xr-x
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We are trying to install Oracle RPAS 13.1.1 on Redhat Enterprise 5 Linux Server, when we open the directory rpas/rpas/bin, the file DomainDaemon needed to start this server can be seen, but when we try to execute it as ./DomainDaemon it says "cannot execute Binary file", for that reason all files in this directory are giving same message .
We have tried the following :- a) Given Execute permissions using chmod and run that. b) Done file DomainDaemon to see if the file is corrupt. c) Even tried executing using superuser account. d) The OS and updates required as per Hw&Sw Requirements of RPAS 13.1.1 are there. e) The directory has Execute Permissions
I have two sets of drivers to install, one for a wireless device I'm trying to enable and the other is an driver set for a newly installed nVidia graphics card. Both drivers are from the manufacturers site.I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 on a Dell Precision 380.In terminal:
I have java jdk1.5.0_08 installed on linux x86_64 architecture and I can execute java -version no problem. I took the same binaries and installed on ia64 architecture and the command java -version gives and error "cannot execute binary file" The Linux OS versions are 2.6.18-128.1.10.el5 on x86_64 and 2.6.18-128.4.1.el5 on ia64 Do you know whether the jdk1.5.0_08 binaries are compatible between x86_64 and ia64 architecture. The answer may be no, but I may be wrong and there could be some other issue. Where can I get the jdk1.5.0_08 specific to ia64 architecture for Linux version 2.6.18-128.4.1.e15
This should be simple but I can't seem to find what I am looking for.I want to search a text file for the existence of certain strings and execute a command if they exist, something along the lines of:
if <string> exists command or
if <any member of this list exists> command
I know how to manually search a file with grep, cat, etc., but the "if this exists" part eludes me.
I have installed RHEL-5 on a 64-bit machine recently, and want to install java. Earlier when I did "java -version", it showed jre1.4.0. But for my application , I need jre 1.5.0 or later, so I decided to download jre1.6. I am the root user here and I downloaded the jre1.6 as rpm.bin as well as simple .bin format.
But the problem is that when I tried executing any of them, I am getting below error message :
" ./jre-6u16-linux-x64-rpm.bin: line 368: ./install.sfx.20520: cannot execute binary file" Moreover, now when I tried "java -version", it is not showing any thing.
Could anybody suggest me how can I resolve this deadlock situation, as I need to install my other application at the earliest.
Has anyone ever managed to get SCO binaries to run under Centos 5? I have an application which runs on SCO and SCO is becoming difficult to support so I want to copy the binaries over onto Linux and run them.