I have generated a **tcpdump** file to run on an Android device using [this guide][not able to post the link here]. Instead of `Fedora`, I made this file on `Ubuntu 12.04` .
Everything worked smoothly and **tcpdump** file was produced correctly. I copied `tcpdump` file at `/system/bin/` on Nexus-5 and ran following commands.
> adb shell
# ln -s /system/bin/tcpdump /system/xbin/tcpdump
# chmod 06755 /system/xbin/tcpdump
After restarting computer, when I run `> adb shell tcpdump -h` , I get following error:
/system/bin/sh: tcpdump: No such file or directory
Can someone help me figure out the problem? Thanks!