In 90% of cases, you can do all your testing locally and just occasionally check that it works on the pi. For instance, when I tried to run eclipse standard through the launcher, nothing happened. You telnet to the 5555 port only to ensure that is listening, do not expect a login prompt. Edit to add: I'm using zsh and the file has the necessary perms. Thanks in advance for your help.
Thanks in advance for your help! I'm using the Llinux operating system for a class, trying to use the gdb debugger to debug a program, but when I try to run the program in gdb using the r, and s commands I am getting an error message saying that there is an exec format error. Therefore I have to remote debug. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. So instead, I plan to just compile my driver by using the toolchain from android source. Second, you can telnet to the host to the normal 23 port, but you cannot login with root by default.
They may provide more information on what when wrong from the kernel's perspective. At first, it gives me permission denied problems. It's a bad habit, and it makes it where any user on your system can maliciously change the executable you're probably going to be running again later. I have the same problem, and I believe that is the solution. I am having hard time parsing the arguments to subprocess. I'm burning a 64-bit live cd now to find out.
Note that this error can also occur if, from within zsh, you attempt to directly execute an executable that has zero bytes such as might happen when you accidentally truncate an executable shell script or never initialize it; by contrast, if you pass such a script as an argument to zsh, the error does not occur. Am I missing a step here? Do you have any idea? Wrong Architecture and that my program exited with error code 1. It looked simple enough to do. Thanks Pradeep Hi All, Good Morning Here I am jotdowning my problem I am compiling a. Wrong Architecture and that my program exited with error code 1.
I installed Trusty daily build a couple days ago and, though overall I'm pleased, I've run into some problems running some standalone apps not installed that used to work just fine in 13. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. I am trying to execute a script on my Unix server. On both systems, uname reports i686 How can I chroot in to fix the initrd? If you try with another user you will login sucessfully. Try using the rescue disk for that version of Linux.
For example: telnet server01 5555 Trying 192. Have a question about this project? I tried to double click the executable, and nothing happened. I find that hard to believe. However, the x86-64 architecture is backwards compatible with the classic 32-bit x86 software: so you could install the 32-bit version of the Data Protector and it should work, provided that you have 32-bit versions of all the necessary libraries installed. Change directory into steamcache 3. For example, the error is most frequently seen when trying to chroot to a 64-bit system eg.
It should also be noted that gcc already sets the file to be executable, so if it's not executable, you've done something wrong and setting it to executable will only lead to troubles. Is it possible what I am trying to achieve? There are some gdb frontends, but it's well worth using to use gdb from the command line. Just be aware of possible file size limitations check if there are any when using the 32-bit version. Connection closed by foreign host. Thanks in advance for your help.
I just wanted to save myself from writing the same lines over and over while I was testing something out. Clone this repository and steamcache-dns 2. I know this might be a duplicate question. . I have also read the man nixos-rebuild as suggested. So I tried writing a bash script for the first time. If you wish to do this I suggest using a separate Ethernet adaptor for the storage.
Compare the result to a binary that is known to work, e. Are you doing embedded work? Note that bash, ksh, dash do not exhibit this problem - they simply silently ignore such invocations. Exit out of steamcache directory and change into steamcache-dns 5. But I am still not sure how to compile a module. Do you have any ideia what's going on? An older kernel may not have full support for the ext3 version you boot with disabling some features. I want to develop on Windows using eclipse or visual studio, but my target where the program will be executed is the raspberry pi with linux. Child exited with status 127 No program to debug.