Now Linux want the older version glibc?
I just installed Rehat 8.0 few days ago. To get Firefox working, I needed glibc-2.3 (or some newer version than what I had). So I got it, got Firefox working.
Now, to update my Nvidia video driver, I need the kernel source for my kernel-2.4.20-28.8
I got the rpm for the kernel source, tried to install and it says I need glibc2.2.93.
So first it tells me I need a newer glibc, now it tells me I need the old one? Should I revert to the old glibc version? Why? Will I have to get back and forth?
This is very frustrating. Tempted to give up on Linux.