Brain fart on my end. Sorry for wasted bandwidth.
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> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Benjamin P.
> Sent: Saturday, June 09, 2001 12:24 AM
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> Subject: strangeness in recent current
> I checked the commits and the recent list mail, but there's
> no hint as to
> why a recent world (supped earlier this evening) would have
> had this happen.
> It seems when I attempt to execute non-native binaries (such as linux
> binaries: netscape, etc) I am seeing complaints like the following:
> ELF binary type "3" not known
> Abort trap
> The same happens when I attempt to execute "linux" and load
> the linux compat
> module. Rebranding didn't fix it. Don't know the compat
> system well enough
> to know where to look next.
> Little help? =)
> Benjamin P. Grubin [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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