Re: "command not found"

Evan (
Fri, 11 Jun 1999 20:23:23 +1200

On Fri, 11 Jun 1999, you wrote:
> On Fri, 11 Jun 1999, Evan wrote:
> > Anyways, with my new found connection, I downloaded the Rc5 client (the
> > not-statically linked one - what does that mean?)
> Non-statically linked means the program will use the shared libraries on
> your system (/lib/ instead of having the library included
> with the executable.
> > Anyways, it was a PPC binary and when I try to run it from the console "it says
> > command not found" . Looking at the permissions, it looks exectuable...
> Run an `strace <executable name>` and take a look at the output.

Hehehehe ;)

I don't have strace on this system. I did a "find / -name strace"

Nada ;)

Maybe I should try the statically linked one. As much as I love shared
libraries (note heavy sarcasm in voice).

This doesn't seem like a library problem.

At anyrate, what would you suggest now, kind sir?


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