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hi there friends, i was trying to run a program written in prolog, which is text parser, in FC5, n i have the latest glibc installed. still i get the ...
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    Thumbs up 'symbol errno' problem in FC5 with glibc


    hi there friends,

    i was trying to run a program written in prolog, which is text parser, in FC5, n i have the latest glibc installed.

    still i get the following error.

    using parser installed in: /home/neo9/lem-0.14.0.i686
    /home/neo9/lem-0.14.0.i686/bin/parser.bin: relocation error: /home/neo9/lem-0.14.0.i686/bin/parser.bin: symbol errno, version GLIBC_2.0 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link time reference


    i have googled abt this but coudlnt find a satisfactory answer.

    plz help me out.

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    well, frm some info i gathered,

    i am made aware of a problem, where my program just needs glibc 2.3, but the glibc i have is 2.4.

    is this the valid explanation. if so, can u help me to fix it.

    thnx again, for goin thrgh all this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by studio512
    well, frm some info i gathered,

    i am made aware of a problem, where my program just needs glibc 2.3, but the glibc i have is 2.4.

    is this the valid explanation. if so, can u help me to fix it.

    thnx again, for goin thrgh all this.
    Well which glibc doyu need to remove?
    glibc-headers-
    compat-glibc-
    glibc-common-
    glibc-utils-
    glibc-devel-
    compat-glibc-headers-
    glibc-kernheaders-
    glibc-
    glibc-profile-

    In any case you would do a "rpm -e --nodeps <name of the glibc rpm>"

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    hey skiboy,

    thnx for ur info mate. well after ur question, i am more confused.

    by going through my error msg, wont u be able to tell which glibc?

    how can i find tht out.

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    Have you tried reinstalling GLIBC? if not type the following

    su -

    yum remove glibc
    Follow the Instuctions

    yum clean all

    yum install glibc

    WIll reinsall the latest version

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    Unhappy help!!!!!!

    i had the same message error,
    so i follow the instructions of Pirox.
    Now i can't reinstall libgc because i have the following message error
    yum install gilbgc command not found;
    it is the same for the command ls

    what can i do to solve this problem???

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    Unhappy help !!!!

    I have also the message error for the command ls :
    /bin/ls: /lib/ld-linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory

    can someone help me

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