Original date:2017-02-05 17:50:11 Edited by: petelomax Subject: Re: iup fails to load Linux so

jimcbrown said...

Try using uname to figure out what arch the shell is using.

Linux xshellz-free 3.16.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.16.36-1+deb8u2 (2016-10-19) x86_64 GNU/Linux

jimcbrown said...

The second error suggests that the kernel can't find the correct loader (i.e. not being able to find or - so you could be trying to run a 64bit binary on a 32bit-only system, or trying to run a 32bit binary on a 64bit system that doesn't have the 32-bit compatibility libraries installed. You could also be running on something enitrely different, like ARM or PowerPC or RISC. It's even possible that this is a shell that has, e.g., only the a.out loader but not the ELF loader (though that would be really unusual) or you might be trying to run a Linux/GNU binary on a FreeBSD system (which is possible but the FreeBSD system would require special compatibility libraries to be installed for that to work).

Yes, I am (intentionally) trying to run a 32-bit binary on a 64-bit system... and yes I've got hard-coded in the ELF's interpreter section...
[EDIT] I also just tried a 64 bit binary, same deal.

It was the first server I could get onto, maybe I'll find something better.

[I'll also move this question here] Does anyone know of a free online 64-bit Ubuntu desktop, by any chance?


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