So, this USB-key device (which registers as a CD-ROM / SCSI-device; weird, I know), which ships with a read-only partition (kinda?) including a Linux binary you need to execute to access to the data-partitions. Unfortunately, I can't get the binary to execute:
# /mnt/cdrom/linux/ironkey -bash: /mnt/cdrom/linux/ironkey: No such file or directory
I tried some of the obvious stuff, first:
# cp !$ /root/ # chmod +x /root/ironkey # /root/ironkey -bash: /root/ironkey: No such file or directory # file /root/ironkey ironkey: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked (uses shared libs), stripped
So, I've got an executable file, copied off of the fake CD-ROM; and I still can't exec it? Does anybody know what next-steps I can take to get this executing?
- OS: Slackware 14.1
- Drive: Ironkey Basic S250
- Machine: Acer E3-111 (C0WA)