I have a specific set of binaries installed at:
These were previously working correctly, but for seemingly no reason when I attempt to execute them the shell claims not to find them:
james@anubis:~/.GutenMark/binary$ ls -al ... -rwxr-xr-x 1 james james 2979036 2009-05-10 13:34 GUItenMark ... -rwxrwxrwx 1 james james 76952 2009-05-10 13:34 GutenMark ... -rwxr-xr-x 1 james james 10156 2009-05-10 13:34 GutenSplit ... james@anubis:~/.GutenMark/binary$ ./GutenMark bash: ./GutenMark: No such file or directory james@anubis:~/.GutenMark/binary$
I've tried to isolate the cause of this, with no success. The same happens with zsh, bash, and sh (all giving their appropriate
file not found error -- this is definitely not a strange output from the binary itself). The same happens either as user
James or as
root. Nor is it directory specific; if I move the whole directory installation, or just a single binary, to anywhere else, the same happens when attempting to execute it. The same even happens when I put the directory in $PATH and just execute "GutenMark". It also happens when I execute it from a script (I've tried Python's commands module -- though this appears to just call sh).
The problem appears to be specific to the binaries themselves, yet they appear to never actually get executed.