[Buildroot] ### Executing FIles

Steve Spano steve at fl-eng.com
Wed Aug 27 01:05:02 UTC 2008


Thanks for the fast replies from the list.

I ws thinking about dependencies, and will check that out tomorrow.
There may be a library or module issue going on.

I will rebuild with ldd so I can check it out.

The target is the MX31 and I am trying to get the OpenGL libraries up and
running on it.


Steve Spano, President
Finger Lakes Engineering

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Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2008 8:11 PM
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Subject: Re: [Buildroot] ### Executing FIles


>>I change its permissions to execute and I type "./myfile"
>>It comes back saying "-sh: myfile not found"

This could happen  if,
1. the necessary libs are no present in the search path. like /lib /usr/lib.
Use ldd to check the dependencies
2, if its not an executable. use file command to check the file type

Buildroot toolchain provides both the commands. u need to enable them to be
built for target platform.

Hope this is usefull


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