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didnt realize there would be different responses from sudo -i login, vs just sudo ./ here's the response as root in terminal root@brent3:/home/bab# chmod +x rt2870.bin root@brent3:/home/bab# ./rt2870.bin -bash: ./rt2870.bin: ...
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    didnt realize there would be different responses from sudo -i login, vs just sudo ./

    here's the response as root in terminal

    root@brent3:/home/bab# chmod +x rt2870.bin
    root@brent3:/home/bab# ./rt2870.bin
    -bash: ./rt2870.bin: cannot execute binary file

    same as bab's non sudo.

    edit- its a debian system
    Last edited by Paine; 09-11-2012 at 09:01 PM.

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    bab@brent3:~$ file rt2870.bin
    rt2870.bin: data

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    Well, either it is an executable for another operating system, or it was not downloaded properly. Does the source site have a checksum (md5 or sha1) available to verify that the file you got is what they have?
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
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    I had the same problem. Guide me as well if any one know the solution.

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