I remember once I googled a topic, and I kept stumbling upon a linux command, that would allow me to get some info on a binary application, including it's architecture. Basicly, I could see if the program was build for x86_64 or for x86.
Now I actually need this command to check if i cross compiled the architecture correctly, but after googling for half an hour I simply can't find it, unbelievably.
It is not my Linux kernel architecture, it is the architecture of a compiled program.
Also, if anyone know the command to do this, can I do it on (shared) libraries aswell?
Thank you very much :)