CentOS 5 :: Bash: /bin/grep: Cannot Execute Binary File CentOS 5.4

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I am facing problem on executing commands like df -h,ls-l,grep etc in /bin.

it is showing below errors:--
login as: root
root@'s password:
Last login: Sat Jun 4 11:14:20 2011 from
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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:

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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.

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