Hello dear biostars,
I'm trying to run a program from a standard suite. My machine is a 32 bits, running the latest Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS, Precise Pangolin.
However, when trying to execute the file, I always get the line:
sakti@kratos:~/Desktop/pipeline/bin$ ./programX bash: ./programX: cannot execute binary file
Even after I had changed permissions, made it executable, and available on my $PATH.
If I force sudo ./programX, then I get this weird binary message:
./programX 1: ./programX: ~r�:��� ]�Ê��0�dX�Mx y��ȁ: not found ./programX: 1: ./programX: �: not found ./programX: 1: ./programX: �@$$Q�td/lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2GNU: not found
So it seems I'm missing a /lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2GNU library or similar. However, I don't have any directory where I have 64 bits libraries, so I'm at a loss, and I'd appreciate any input you may give me.
Thanks so much!