I created a symbolic Link from a File at "/opt/bladir/bla" to "bla". So "bla" is now in "/usr/bin/bla". But if I want to call "bla" at terminal, there comes the no such file or directory error. I looked up at "/usr/bin/bla" and the file is linking correctly at "/opt/bladir/bla".
What can be the error?
P.S. here is my terminal "entry":
sudo ln -s /opt/bladir/bla bla
€: Problem solved. According to the Feature List, 12.04 should have Multiarch support... 'should'. I got the ia32-libs from synaptic and now the program wents just fine. As it looks, my symbolic links where correct.
Thank you for all the answers!