[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
Lenovo X230 Tablet Functionality on 12.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 21, 2012
So I've been plugging away at getting the full tablet functionality and some specific things d
one on this brand new Laptop, and I am kind of stumped. I've done searches but I can't find anything to reactivating the buttons that are associated with the x230t's touchpad.
The original purpose of the buttons were:
What I did was research how to identify these buttons in ubuntu and I went to kern.log.
So here's what kern.log returns.
Oct 21 00:19:06 DustWarband kernel: [23053.891039] atkbd serio0: Unknown key released (translated set 2, code 0x6c on isa0060/serio0).
Oct 21 00:19:06 DustWarband kernel: [23053.891046] atkbd serio0: Use 'setkeycodes 6c <keycode>' to make it known.
Oct 21 00:19:05 DustWarband kernel: [23052.999808] atkbd serio0: Unknown key released (translated set 2, code 0x67 on isa0060/serio0).
Oct 21 00:19:05 DustWarband kernel: [23052.999815] atkbd serio0: Use 'setkeycodes 67 <keycode&
New hacking service can crack WiFi passwords in 20 minutes
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 8, 2009
A new, cloud-based hacking service says it can crack a WPA Wi-Fi network password in just 20 minutes.
Announced on Monday, the $34 “WPA Cracker” service is a tool for security auditors and penetration testers to test breaking into certain types of WPA networks.....
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 29, 2011
I have been trying for most of the afternoon to get iptables to log correctly.
I have followed the guide here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IptablesHowTo, and I just cannot seem to find any log entries:
Here are the steps I am taking:
1. Insert a rule to jump to LOG for all packets (at the bottom of rules list);
2. Restart the sysklogd service;
3. Ping my server (it isn't getting through when the firewall is enabled)
4. Read through /var/log/messages
I cannot find any log messages. What am I doing wrong here?
IPTABLES multiple strings to match with AND condition
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 3, 2013
I need to apply an iptables rules using --string option.
I need to match on --hex or ascii 2 strings that are never localized on the same area.
Each samples I tried DROP only one of my two strings, so i have false positive.
I need to DROP the 2 STRINGS, but when i have only 1 string or the other, i don't want to DROP.
So, the rule what i am looking for is a AND rule around iptables.
So, I tried :
a. iptables -I INPUT -j DROP -p udp -m string --string "TEST1" --algo bm -m string --string "TEST2" --algo bm
--> Not working, it is look like i have 2 different rules, so it is blockind or TEST1 or TEST2, but not TEST1 AND TEST2 : so False Positive
b. iptables -N my_chain
iptables -A my_chain -j DROP
iptables -A my_chain -j QUEUE ! -f -m string --string "TEST2" --algo bm
iptables -A INPUT -j my_chain ! -f -m string --string "TEST1" --algo bm
--> Not working, it is look like i have 2 different rules, so it is blockind or TEST1 or TEST
grub Error 13 Invalid or unsupported executable format
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 24, 2009
I finally moved away from my old windows 2000 (and hope never to look back...) and installed Kubuntu.
I got to install it but now i can't boot windows (go figure: i thought linux was a nice OS!
At boot time in grub when i choose windows i get the error message:
"Error 13- Invalid or unsupported executable format"
I don't know anything about grub (and i am afraid to know ) ...) so i hope anyone can help me out (googling is confusing because each person has a different system and that means RTFM of grub )
My hard drives story in short:
I have two hard drives and naturally windoze goes in the first partition (sda1).
First i tried to install ubuntu with Wibu but it failed (i don't know if this had any effect because i coulnd't uninstall it and there are some wubildr files in the root of the first partition left...)
Next i cleaned some partitions in my messy drives to make room for linux, made a live CD of Kubuntu and installed it on sda6.
Meanwhile i also upgrad
Browser UserAgent Change For the Slackware Logo on LQ
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 25, 2009
I've seen a few posts about this, but unless I missed something, the solutions presented aren't exactly ideal. For example, one recommends changing the "general.useragent.extra.firefox" string to add "Slackware" to it. However, note that the Firefox version is also in that string, so you'll have to remember to keep that updated every time you upgrade Firefox, or else your useragent will be out of date. That's not a huge issue, of course - it doesn't really matter - but for some of us, we're a bit OCD about things like that
Therefore, here's my proposal that *seems* to work:
Open a new tab and navigate to "about:config"
Right-click --> New --> String
For the preference name, enter "general.useragent.extra.slackware" and then enter your preferred extra text to be added to the UserAgent string -- in my case, I used "Slackware Linux"
Best I can tell, the Slackware logo shows up as expected. YMMV.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 31, 2011
Which way is for you for surf anonymously? I'm trying to configure in my ubuntu 11.10 the vpntunnel, should I add something more?
I'm really newbie on Linux, so, things are really hard to figure out, but I will!!!
Thanks in advance!!!!
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