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  1. #1

    Execution in bash and csh

    I have a very simple program (Hello World) writen in C, and after compilig with "gcc" and executing in bash, gives me an error:

    home/me# . ./hello
    bash: ELF: command not found

    As I execute the program in "csh" .... :
    home/me# csh ./hello
    ^^^F44^^D^H4^^D^H^E^D^C^T^A^T^^D^H^T^^D^H^S^ S^D^A: command not found

    Can me help anybody? ... Sorry for my english

  2. #2
    Linux Engineer Javasnob's Avatar
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    Don't do . ./hello, just do ./hello.
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  3. #3

    Thanks .... now that work


    But, Why the difference? ...

    A lot of thanks


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