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I think you are right about your concern for the architecture. Unless it is a pure script or java, or some other machine-independent program, it will need to be built ...
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    I think you are right about your concern for the architecture. Unless
    it is a pure script or java, or some other machine-independent program,
    it will need to be built for your architecture.

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    [QUOTE=objuan;466879]The file permissions are correct the file should execute with .

    Quote Originally Posted by objuan View Post
    The file permissions are correct the file should execute with ./
    if it don't my be the file is corrupt or is in complete. If this is the case I would just go download it again try and get it from helix. and try again.
    I tried.. same results

    Quote Originally Posted by Thrillhouse View Post
    Also, on some distributions, .bin's can be executed with sh. You can give that a shot too.
    Code:
    sh RealPlayer.bin
    this is what that gave me

    [root@localhost DavidW]# sh RealPlayer.bin
    RealPlayer.bin: RealPlayer.bin: cannot execute binary file
    Quote Originally Posted by rcgreen View Post
    I think you are right about your concern for the architecture. Unless
    it is a pure script or java, or some other machine-independent program,
    it will need to be built for your architecture.
    I'm afraid its begining to look like this is the case

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