As the title says I’m wondering how to cross-compile my program so that I can run it on Ubuntu 64-bit
I’ve went into the
/usr/local/go/src folder and ran
GOOS=linux GOARCH=amd64 ./make.bash --no-clean
everything compiled fine
then went into my project directory and ran
go build -v -a and then took the compiled binary and moved it to my linux server, but when running it I get this error:
[email protected]:~/test# ./test -bash: ./test: cannot execute binary file: Exec format error [email protected]:~/test# sudo ./test ./test: 1: ./test: Syntax error: "(" unexpected [email protected]:~/test#
Not sure what I am doing wrong any information would be great thanks.
I’ve also tried doing it with
GOARCH=386 but still get the same errors. Thanks!
This link does not solve my question because the chosen answer is a link to a blog post which relies heavily on doing all cross-compilation on using the blog writers
bash scripts to do it, I just simply wanted to know what the correct way to do it was and now I do.