Removed glibc package, royally screwed up system
I think I just won the darwin award of computers. In an attempt to upgrade to a slightly higher version of the glibc rpm, I executed "rpm -e glibc-2.3.3-20mdk --nodeps". When I tried to install glibc-2.3.3-21mdk, I found that the rpm command had been removed, along with ls, and a ton of other critical system utilities. X was still functioning, but I think the moment I restart it'll go kablooie as well. I can't even log in from the console.
Is there a way to reinstall the rpm from a livecd? Or without the actual rpm command?