Re: Help! How to restore glibc on a broken system?
From: Aeryn (aeryn_sunn_at_hotmail.com)
To: <email@example.com> Date: Thu, 24 Jul 2003 18:05:35 -0400
Ug, now I am really confused...more like wary of upgrading glibc. Here is
what my systems has on it.
Now, I would like to upgrade to the glibc 2.3 version. I have been told to
According to that bugzilla thread, there will be problems...or will there
not be problems? Do I have the right files? Do I need to update the rpm
version as well? Lots of confusion..
I mean, I don't remember it last summer being so difficult to upgrade the
glibc (ok, I am a little rusty with my linux...it has been a while)
Please, if someone can clarify the situation for me...and apparently quite a
few other people, that would be great.
On 7/24/03 4:45 PM, "David Demner" <DDemner@cclgroup.com> wrote:
> A number of people (including me) had this problem.
> --- Original reponse thanks to Michael Fratoni ---
> Did you perhaps 'upgrade' to glibc*.i386.rpm on an i686 system?
> If so, have a look here for possible fixes:
> --- Thanks again to Michael Fratoni ---
> Step #15 has instructions on how to restore an affected system.
> Good luck,
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