Linux has no way to solve bash. / that file or directory

Running./ XXX in Ubuntu 64-bit will pop up saying there is no such file or directory, but ls will see this file again, which is very strange.
In fact, the reason is very simple, because he does not have the 32-bit runtime ia32-libs, just install it.
apt-get install ia32-libs
It is possible that XXX is referenced by another package, but the following package replaces it: lib32ncurses5 lib32z1
The method of zero:
sudo apt-get install g++-multilib
Method one:
http://pkgs.org/download/ia32-libs
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Method 2:
Sudo DPKG –add-architecture i386
sudo apt-get update
do apt-get dist-upgrade
This step is used to install Wine, which may occur if the computer does not have Wine installed (in fact, it will prompt you to install it if it does not).
Method 3:
Apt-get-f install: apt-get-f install
Method 4:
See the solution for ubuntukylin.com WUY069
 
1. Switch to root
Sudo -i
2. Enter the APT source list
CD/etc/apt/sources. List. D
3. Add source for Ubuntu 13.04, since IA32-libs is deactivated in subsequent versions of 13.10
Echo “deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ raring main restricted universe multiverse” & gt; ia32-libs-raring.list
 
4. Update the source and install IA32-LIBS
Apt to get the update
Apt to get the install ia32 libs
 
5. Restore the source
The rm ia32 libs – raring. List
Apt to get the update


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