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Licverify error during RM/COBOL installation

Licverify error during RM/COBOL installation


During the installation of RM/COBOL, a COBOL program can fail with the following message:

./install.sh: 638: ./install.sh: licverify: not found

-e ERROR: License installation failure.


If you are using a 32-bit version of RM/COBOL on a 64-bit Linux distribution, then, you will need to install the 32-bit support libraries on the system. The "Bad ELF interpreter..." RM/COBOL installation error message indicates that the 32-bit binary support packages are missing. In order to execute a 32-bit binary on a 64-bit Linux machine, however, the 32-bit compatibility libraries must be installed on the system.

Please contact the Linux distributor for additional support in regards to installing 32-bit binary support for their version of Linux.


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