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From: ger...@vtm.be (The Administrator)
Subject: ELF executable
Message-ID: <Cqv87o.F6G@vtm.be>
Date: Sat, 4 Jun 1994 09:11:48 GMT
Organization: Vlaamse Televisie Maatschappij N.V.
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Hi,

I've installed the slackware distribution 1.2.0 which contains the Linux
kernel version 1.0. 

I want to run a couple of ELF executables of which I don't have any sources
available (a commercial product).

Now I've recompiled the kernel with the binary format ELF setting tuned to yes
using the configuration script. So I suppose concerning the kernel everything
is okay...

When I try to run a ELF executable I got an error message like : program not
found or something similar. 

If I installed some shared libraries from the elfabi package (from the SLS
distribution) I still couldn't get the ELF executable to run. Now it gives me
a Segmentation violation.

What did I do wrong ?

I searched through documentation on the cd-rom package (from info-magic) but
couldn't find any real documentation on HOW TO ELF ON LINUX ?

Please reply using e-mail because I'm currently at home and it's difficult to
go through all news articles. If I get any replies which give me a working
solution I will post a summary to the net...


Gerrit

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