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Old 09-12-2005, 03:36 PM   #1
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Reading/Modifying .rcc file (believe to be ELF)


Hi, I posted a similar question in another forum looking for software, but this is probably more appropriate since I know near nothing of Linux.

I have a file which I believe now to be a Linux executable written in ELF. That sentence could be totally wrong but here is the first line of code from a file named "about.rcc"


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Honestly, I have no idea what this is. Further down in the code I can find some MySql commands, the very first word(ELF) is what I started searching on and found it as Executable Linking Format. If it helps, the server uses RedHat.

I am trying to help someone update their website, but when I got access to it, I realized I don't know what this is.(I do HTML, XHTML, CSS, customize PHP/MySql)

If someone could tell me a way which I could actually see the code(some sort of editor), I believe that will give me a good enough start.

Thanks

Chris
 
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