General :: Strings: '/lib/libc.so.6': No Such File

Jul 20, 2011

I'm on Ubuntu 11.04. I get the above error when running a utility to get code from a version control system (StarTeam). The error looks generic enough that I'm hoping its an easily resolvable system problem. Below is how I get it ...

Code:

$ /bin/sh -c stcmd label -x -nologo -stop -p username:password@mydomain.com:9999/NNA/NNA/Technology/nna/tools/selenium -nl selenium-utils-1.0 -b
strings: '/lib/libc.so.6': No such file

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