A hip-shot answer:
A glibc vs libc5 problem involving the loader /lib/ld-linux.so ? Do
"strings /path_for_eclipse/eclipse.exec | grep ld-linux.so" and
compare what you see with what you see from "ls /lib/ld-linux.so.*".
The result from the first of these commands should appear in the result
for the second one.
If this is the problem then a solution might be to get the eclipse source
and compile it on your machine, providing there are no library-specific
>after installing Eclipse under SuSe-Linux I keep getting the message
>-no such file or directory - but the file to start (eclipse.exec) is
>definetly there,permissions are ok and PATH is set also - any idea
>what is going wrong?
>PS: I tried to install again at another SuSe-distribution also and
>it's not working too - but on a RedHat distribution it did work ! -
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