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Subjectexecve() returns ENOENT when ld-linux.so isn't found
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Hi,

When you try to execute an x86 binary on a x64 system, execve()
returns ENOENT when ld-linux.so isn't found
Wouldn't ENOEXEC be more appropriate?

> An executable is not in a recognized format, is for the wrong architecture, or has some other format error that means it cannot be executed.

This just doesn't make any sense:

$ ls -l
-rwxr-xr-x 1 olaf olaf 560165 2010-03-18 15:21 xwis
$ ./xwis
-bash: ./xwis: No such file or directory

Olaf


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