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Hello gents and ladies, I am looking for libstdc++.so.6 for Red Hat 9.0 I cant seem to find anything or a way to install this. Is there any advise or ...
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    libstdc++.so.6


    Hello gents and ladies,

    I am looking for libstdc++.so.6 for Red Hat 9.0
    I cant seem to find anything or a way to install this.

    Is there any advise or help you can give me?

    I am looking for this information to Run a dedicated Server for the Game FarCry


    Thank you
    Maxxservers

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    Its possible to find this and copy it into your /usr/lib/ , but it is included in gcc 3.4, so its probably a better bet just to update to that. You can probably find an RPM to do it.

    you can find more information on aquiring gcc 3.4 and above here
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    Thank you

    Thank you for the link and the info,
    I am still quite the novice so I am kinda learning my way around.

    I was seeing on that link that you sent me that I will need a Compiler in order to use the 3.4 Or as you stated find an RPM for this.

    Could you give me a link for a decent compiler and or a place I can find the RPM for the 3.4

    Thank you again for your help it is much apreciated.
    Maxxservers

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    here is a link that will provide the required rpm your looking for.
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    and of course one last question if I may

    Hello Once more,

    Thank you all for your help as of this far. Your help has been much apreciated.

    But I do have one last question if you may.
    I have downloaded the apropriate file ( or so I think ) onto my Windows XP Pro machine and I am getting ready to upload them to the Linux machine and would like to know if there is a particular place I should put it, Before I install it.

    Thank you in advance.
    Maxxservers

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    It doesn't matter where you put it, as it will all install to the same place.

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    EXCELLENT

    You guys truely are a help I apreciate it very much.

    Thanks
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    Re: EXCELLENT

    Quote Originally Posted by Maxxservers
    You guys truely are a help I apreciate it very much.

    Thanks
    Maxxservers
    No problems
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    That's what we're here for.

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    Well I have returned

    Hello,

    I know ignorant people can be irritating but I must ask.

    The link you sent shows alot of rpm's and ones for mandrake ( which I have tried ) ( doesnt work ) and the one for FC3 ( which I have tried ) ( doesnt work ) and the highest that Red Hat 9.0 goes to is 3.2 is there actually an RPM for RH 9.0

    any help you could give would be much apreciated.

    Thanks in advance
    maxxservers

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