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Re: [SLUG] Executing an Executable



On Thu, Jun 07, 2001 at 03:11:39PM +1000, Debian User Adam Bogacki,,, wrote:
> Hi,
>    I copied Wordperfect 9 into /usr but when I try to execute in /usr it 
> I get the message "no such file".
> 
> ls -l  tells me that 23730473 bytes of a file named WORDPERF IS IN /usr 
> but I cannot get it to run.
> 
> chmod gives me
> 
> -rwxrwx -x 1 root root 28641280 Jun 5 14:28 WORDPERF

A 28meg program, is wordperfect that big?
Could it be a self extracting shell script or something?

type 'file /usr/WORDPERF' see if its an ELF. If it isn't
you could try 'sh /usr/WORDPERF' or 'perl /usr/WORDPERF'
('head /usr/WORDPREF to see if its a sh or perl script)

I can't remember what the exact message you get when a library is missing,
but you can check if thats the problem by 'ldd /usr/WORDPERF'.



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