We have a product built on CentOS 4 32-bit Linux that runs unmodified on 32- and 64-bit CentOS/RHEL 4 and 5 and SLES 10. It also runs unmodified on SLES 9 64-bit. [SLES 9 32-bit requires a different libstdc++.
The name of the main binary executable is 'flume'
Yesterday we tried to put this on 64-bit Ubuntu 10 and, even though the file is there and the right size, we get:
-bash: ./flume: No such file or directory
file flume shows it to be a 32-bit ELF (can't remember the exact output and the system is on an isolated network)
If put into /usr/local/bin, then which flume /usr/local/bin/flume
I did not try ldd flume yet.
I now suspect that some library is not there.
This is a profoundly unhelpful message and one I have never seen before.
Is this peculiar to Ubuntu or perhaps just to this installation.
We gave up and moved to a RHEL 4 system and everything is fine. But I sure would like to know what causes this.