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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Return ENOEXEC, not ENOENT, if a binary's or script's interpreter doesn't exist.
> They then go and look at /usr/bin/foo, find that it exists, and are 
> extremely confused.

-ENOEXEC is just as confusing. It is executable, it will match
(cmp/md5sum etc) with one on another box etc.

> More advanced users might at that point try and run "ldd" on the binary
> (which will also fail, thanks to a missing interpreter).

So fix ldd ?

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