[CentOS] Update to libstdc+++ causes problems.

Tue Nov 13 17:10:22 UTC 2018
Chris Johnson <rchristopherjohnson at gmail.com>


New to this list.  If this has been answered/resolved already, please 
point me to the solution.

In a very recent update to CentOS 7 libstdc++ has been altered in a way 
that has removed CXXABI_1.3.8 and GLIBCXX_3.4.20.  I've noticed that 
this has broken a number of executables linked on other systems that 
used to run on CentOS 7.  Is there any fix for this short of backing off 
the update?

Ubuntu seems to still allow these broken images to run.  But I want the 
solid reliability CentOS has.  If somebody can give me examples of 
Ubuntu up and running actual programs for a year plus then I'll gladly 
switch.  I've never heard of Ubuntu dong that.  I have had CentOS do 
that for me.

Thank you.


Chris Johnson 	rchristopherjohnson at gmail.com
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