maybe someone else has seen this and can help point me to a solution?
I've got a program that is compiled on a FreeBSD-10.1 RELEASE box (amd64
arch), which fails to run on FreeBSD-9.1 RELEASE when I compile it with
Go1.5.2. Previously it worked fine with Go1.3.3, but after upgrading to 1.5
I started seeing *exec format error *when trying to start it on a 9.1
machine. Was there a change between the Go1.3 and Go1.5 releases that makes
the binary format incompatible on FreeBSD-9.1? I didn't see anything in the
release notes that suggests this is expected.
FYI, running the *file* command on the binary produces the same output for
both compiled versions, shown below:
ELF 64-bit LSB executable, x86-64, version 1 (FreeBSD), dynamically linked
(uses shared libs), not stripped
If anyone has any ideas here I'd greatly appreciate it!
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