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Hi Guy's.

I am just setting up my new dedicated Hashcat box, and I am having a bit of a odd issue. I am using Ubuntu 12.4 and when I try and run a example .sh I get the following

Quote:cannot execute binary file

I checked the permissions and they where set to 004 across the board, so I used chmod -R 777 /path/to/location/ to give anyone and every one full access to the file in a effort to troubleshoot the issue. And I am still getting:

Quote:cannot execute binary file

Do you have any ideas?
If you are using a 32 bit ubuntu version you need to modify the *Example*.sh files s.t. they use the *32.bin binary and not the 64-bit one (default).