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RHEL 6 Basic install question  (Bad ELF Interpreter)

Posted on 2011-03-16
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I installed RHEL 6 (64 bit) on Intel hardware, and I get the following error:

./mqlicense.sh -accept

Licensed Materials - Property of IBM

 5724-H72

 (C) Copyright IBM Corporation 1994, 2009 All rights reserved.

US Government Users Restricted Rights - Use, duplication or disclosure
restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp.


./mqlicense.sh: ./lap/jre/jre/bin/java: /lib/ld-linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory

ERROR:  Installation will not succeed unless the license
        agreement can be accepted.

        If the error was caused by a display problem,
        read the license agreement file  (LA_xx, where
        xx represents your language ) in the 'licenses'
        directory, and then run the following command:

            mqlicense.sh -accept

        Only use this command if you accept the license
        agreement.

        For other errors, contact your IBM support centre.

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I Googled the error, and apparently since I only installed the 'basic server', I do not have the correct libraries to process this command

I have never used Yum, could some one tell me

- What package I need to install to fix this error

- How to invoke Yum to make this happen

Thanks
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Also, what is the command to install a gnome session on a 64 bit system ?
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You get the error when you try to install ...

Looks like the package you are trying to install is 32bit, so you will need to install the whole 32bit compatibility library collection.
I would start of with trying
yum groupinstall "Compatibility libraries"

As for a gnome desktop env:
yum groupinstall "X Window System"
yum groupinstall desktop
(and prehaps yum groupinstall "desktop platform")
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