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- From: "Arora, Sudhanshu" <sarora at informatica dot com>
- To: <gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org>
- Date: Thu, 9 Sep 2004 21:44:47 +0530
- Subject: libstdc++ rpm
I have compiled an application with gcc3.3.1 but the target machine where I am trying to run the application which has gcc 2.96 installed on it. I have a limitation that I cannot install gcc 3.3.1 on target machine but I can install the necessary libs. So, I tried to install libstdc++.so.5 rpm. But then it depends on glibc(2.3) and when I try to install glibc2.3 it fails due to conflicts with glibc2.2 .4. What shall I do in this situation ? Is there a way to install these libs in some other location without creating conflicts?
Moreover, the rpm for libstdc++.so.5 which I have got is for i386 architecture on RedHat 8.0. Is there a possibility that it won't work on i686 arch on RedHat 7.x series and can I get the rpm for RedHat8.0 and i686 arch.
Thanks a lot,