[SOLVED] "cannot execute binary file", 64bit application, 32bit processor
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 5, 2012
I'm trying to run an application in my netbook, I don't know if it's going to be possible.
Here's what I get when I try to run the application according to the instructions:
cannot execute binary file
- date: July 29, 2010
i have installed UBUNTU 10.04 today. when i tried to run apache server with the command /opt/lampp/lampp start i was a problem of unsupportable 32-bits so i have installed ia32-libs to my ubuntu and it was worked. but after rebooting when i tried to reactivate apache server another error is shown
:/home/idriss# /opt/lampp/lampp start
bash: /opt/lampp/lampp: cannot execute binary file
i need your help
Best practice for accessing Qnap NAS from linux Mint
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 9, 2013
What's considered The Right Way, ...or the best way... to let applications work on files on a NAS.
I've no problem to find the files and directories. Nemo presents them under Networks. Our Qnap uses Ext3 internally, but seem to be accessed from Nemo with SMB/CIFS. Nemo reports their location as SMB://Qnap-name.local/public/
If I for instance want to access them from, say, rsync or a Perl script, oughtn't I put the NAS-server in the fstab?
The network is somewhat safe - i.e. behind a firewall, but with WiFi inside the network.
Thanks in advance!
How do you pronounce Ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 1, 2005
How do you guys pronounce "Ubuntu?"
1. oo-boon- too?
I use number 1
New Laptop needs ideal distribution
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 18, 2005
I just purchased a new laptop and I want to put linux on it but i don't know what distribution to use.
It is a 64 bit AMD mobile, with ATI graphics and a built in wireless card. 512 MB of memory and 80 Gb HD. I will be dual booting.
I'm currently running FC3 on my desktop which has been OK.
So the question is what is the best distribution out there for my new laptop?
I've heard some buzz about ubuntu..?? any comments?
UDP port 1900 flooding network? Expert Advice Needed
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 15, 2007
I have a very odd issue. Recently, I had my proxy server flood my network with udp traffic from port 1900 to ip address 126.96.36.199. In other words, when I went into iptraf, it said publicipaddress:12250 to 188.8.131.52:1900. It would flood the network with 100,000 packets within a few seconds. When I unplugged the network cable to the proxy server, of course, it all stopped. So, I feared an attack and replaced the proxy server with a hardware router temporarily, but the issue came back and again, flooded my network with this traffic. I replaced the proxy server with a different server and the problem went away. Was this a DOS attack? How can I tell if I was attacked? I didn't see anything that stood out too much in the log files, but I'm far from a guru for looking for little nuances of evidence of an attack.
Is it possible that it was all coincidental? Perhaps a UPNP bug within my network on one of the workstations? Everyone I've asked in my community is stumped,
how to lower screen brightness on battery power?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 29, 2009
i want to set my screen brightness lower on battery power to get the best possible battery life. but for the life of me i don't see an option to do so on power management would anyone know how to do so?
[SOLVED] Centos7LatitudeE6320wireless problem
- date: June 9, 2015
I've just installed Centos7 on this laptop, with Mate desktop.
I'm trying to make wireless work with either of these wireless cards:
Intel Corporation Centrino Advanced-N 6235 or
Intel Corporation Centrino Advanced-N 6205 [Taylor Peak] (rev 34)
The N 6235 is the card I'm using for a while on all Linux laptops in our organisation. But I must admit until now we have few I5 machines.
The N6205 is mentioned here as working:
Info on the cpu of the machine:
product: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2520M CPU @ 2.50GHz
vendor: Intel Corp.
physical id: 1
bus info: [email protected]
width: 64 bits
While I'm writing this, I just reinstalled Centos7 on another type of laptop:
wireless card : Intel Corporation WiFi Link 5100 AGN
On the 2 machines with these 3 types of network cards, lspci -v
shows the cards, with kernel module iwlwifi as I would expect:
Logining into wwwdata
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 31, 2015
THIS IS POTENTIALLY INSECURE
SHOULD NOT BE DONE IN MOST CIRCUMSTANCES
In this how-to I will provide a one-time version and a shorter over time version. For the latter one, I assume you know how to use chmod.
# su -s /bin/bash www-data
Congrats, you're now logged in as www-data!
Create 2 files & make them executable:
Contents of /usr/sbin/to-www:
su -s /bin/bash www-data
Contents of /usr/bin/auto-www:
su -s '/usr/sbin/to-www'
To log in as www-data from a regular user, just run 'auto-www' and input the root password. For a sudoer, you can run 'sudo to-www' or 'auto-www'
But why would you want that?
For me it was the fact that I host multiple sites and they are managed by the perspective people and some scripts refuse to work with ownership of user:www-data * cough cough drupal cough cough * thus not allowing one user per site. However I did not wan
Hostname and Domain Name question during installation
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 27, 2010
During Debian installation there is a question about Hostname and Domain Name using expert installation mode. As far as I know, Hostname is a unique name assigned to a computer on a network domain. And hostname in DNS point of view is not the same as hostname for example in SMB point of view. However, are there any real services etc, which rely on this hostname?
And what about this Domain Name question during the installation? Where is this used for?
I would appreciate if somebody would write a bit longer explanation for this
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