[CentOS] Programmer types
tim at registriesltd.com.au
Mon Sep 26 02:26:50 UTC 2005
Sam Drinkard wrote:
> Hi Tim,
> Well, this makes the 2nd or 3rd time I've had libs not installed that
> the database says are installed. When I set this system up, I knew I'd
> be needing some of the backwards compatible libraries, and installed
> everything I could find. This one however, the 2.3.3 is NOT installed
> as of yet, and not sure it's in the compat libs in the first place.
> Googling came up wiht some odd places to find it, but none were for the
> centos build, or even rh for that matter. I don't recall the name, but
> I thought linux libraries were all pretty much the same across the
> various flavors. I suppose not.
> And the rpm-ql..... it gives the location of the compat libs, but
> again, it's not finding the 2.3.3 version, and until it does, this
> software will not run.
The compat-glibc packages from Centos4 are glibc 2.3.2 not 2.3.3. If you
can successfuly do a rpm -q glibc-compat or rpm -ql glibc-compat then
they're installed. Unfortunately it looks like you need glibc 2.3.3 :(
You might need to look at compiling glibc-2.3.3 from source or googling
for glibc2.3.3 and trying one of the RPMs for it from another distro
(definately something to try on a test machine first!).
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