AR# 40489


CORE Generator - Executing results in "Command not found" error


When I generate a core using a Windows OS, the resulting file is unusable on a computer with a Linux OS. results in the following error:

$ ./
 ./ Command not found.


When a core is generated on a Windows Operating System, the file is created using DOS style line terminators. 

If the core is then moved to a Linux platform for implementation, the format of the file is not recognized.

If you move from one platform to another, you will need to use dos2unix (or a similar utility) to translate the carriage returns.

AR# 40489
Date 08/12/2014
Status Active
Type Known Issues
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