Mailing List CGatePro@mail.stalker.com Message #105114
From: Robert Sparmann <robert.sparmann@yomiko.de>
Subject: Re: Instaling CGP
Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2014 07:46:40 -0700
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Hi Elio,

don't know anything about Slackware, but I once had a very similar "Command not found" error on Debian when I tried to run 32 bit applications without having 32-bit libs installed. Hope this helps.
-Robert


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On 15.08.2014, at 09:06, Elio Fabri <elio.fabri@tiscali.it> wrote:

> Thank you Bill.
> Actually the tar.gz file was generated from an rpm (not by myself, but by a friend of mine, I think he used rpm2tgz).
> Now I erased all, downloaded the 32 bit version
> CGatePro-Linux-Intel.tgz
> and started installing it.
> All went OK until I tried to execute
> CommuniGate start
> and obtained the following message:
>
> Starting CommuniGate Pro CommuniGate: line 44: /opt/CommuniGate/CGServer: No such file or directory
>
> This looks mysterious, since CGServer exists (owner root.mail, permissions -r-xr-sr-x).
>
> Also if I try to execute (as root) CGServer directly, I get the same answer:
> CGServer: Command not found
>
> Any help is welcome.
> --
> Elio Fabri
>
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