sam at wa4phy.net
Sat Oct 1 13:32:07 UTC 2005
Unfortunately, No. The current version of the x86-64 does not have, and
I can't install the glibc-2.3.3 libs to run the software, and I'm pretty
sure the i386 version would be the same, however I was hoping someone
could tell me. There should be some backwards compatibility, but
apparently there is a specific call in the 2.3.3 lib that is not
available in the 2.3.4.
William Warren wrote:
> You can't drop back to the 32-bit version of CenttOS 4?
> Sam Drinkard wrote:
>> It looks like I may have to drop back to a 32-bit version of the
>> OS due to some non-resolvable library issues for the software I'm
>> attempting to compile, and want to ask, how far back can I go with
>> CentOS where I'd not lose too much functionality of the 4.1 version.
>> Essentially what I need is the equivalent of RHES 3. The other thing
>> I'd thought about would be to install the needed gnu library, but in
>> a non-standard place, like /home/sam or some other user directory.
>> Since the software only needs this at runtime and not during linking,
>> I don't see what It would bother. Given that idea, how would I use
>> RPM to install that library ? I read the man page, but did not seen
>> much option for installing to a non-std location, and not have the
>> system actually "recognize" it as being there.
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