On Jul 9, 2007, at 7:47 AM, Christian Ehrhardt wrote:

Example:
#include <stdio.h>
main()
{
  printf ("Hello World!\n");
}

Compiled (on Dom0):
gcc -m32 hellobit.c -o hellobit.32
gcc -m64 hellobit.c -o hellobit.64

Now Executed in a xenppc DomU
./hellobit.32
Hello World!
./hellobit.64
-bash: ./hellobit.64: No such file or directory

hmm.. this works just fine for me and should have nothing to do with Xen at all, unless your block device does not work :)

can you cat it? ls it? file it?


-JX




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