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~Often a binary file will need supporting files, for example libraries and frameworks. Often a binary file will be distributed with these supporting file making a [[software Software Package]].
==Also on the wiki==
~[[software Software Package]].
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~Often a binary file will need supporting files, for example libraries and frameworks.
==Also see==


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~[[SourceCode Source Code]] - uncompiled code
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~[[Source Code]] - uncompiled code


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====Binary Code====
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==Also see==
~[[BIN]] - common extension for a binary file


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Edited on 2012-07-22 07:30:49 by darkcity [~[[Source Code]] - uncompiled code]
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~Binary code is program that has been compiled and can be "executed" or run by the computer. It has to be the compiled for the correct architecture. Most desktops and laptops use a [[x86]] variety, for portable devices [[ARM]] is common.
~Clicking on a binary in a filer window will run it. If nothing happens it can be instructive to run it in the terminal. Open a terminal emulator such as [[RxvtUnicode Urxvt]]. Either type in the full folder location and filename, or go to the folder and type in the filename. If the executable is in a [[WikiPedia:PATH_(variable) PATH]] directory only the filename is required. Some errors are reported here, for example missing libraries.
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~The ##.bin## refers to "binary" as in [[BinaryCode Binary Code]]. This is a program that has been compiled and can be "executed" or run by the computer. Although, it has to be the compiled for the architecture your using. Most desktops and laptops use a [[x86]] variety, for portable devices [[ARM]] is common.
~Clicking on a binary in a filer window will run it. If nothing happens it can be instructive to run it in the terminal. Open a terminal in the same directory, and type:
##./<name>.bin ##
Where <name> is the .bin for example....
##./firefox.bin ##
If something necessary is missing from your system, the error messages in the terminal will tell you what, and where it goes....


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