I have a compiled program, a tagger to identify parts of text, which claims it does not exist.
When I attempt to run it via the command line, I get this:
user@place:/home/user/explicitRedactedPath$ ls tagger tagger user@place:/home/user/explicitRedactedPath$ ./tagger arg and other args -bash: ./tagger: No such file or directory
This executable has to be called by a generated script, which is how I ran into this issue. What are the reasons this error could show up? I'm out of ideas on how to fix it.
- OS is Ubuntu
- The executable was copied from another machine
- The file does have execution privileges (it gives a proper not-allowed message without them)
- I've tried copying the file to a different location (same problem)
- I've tried replacing the file with a fresh copy (same problem)
- The file does exist. Opening it with pico shows a file with binary data.
ls -l ./tagger
file ./taggerto learn more about the file.