I have Fedora 10 and have created a .so for another individual to use
He is saying that he cannot link into the .so
This is the errors he gets
libTActionReader.so: undefined reference to `std::istream& std::istream::_M_extract<float>(float&)@GLIBCXX_3.4.9'
We are assuming this is because he is using a different version of linux
He is using Wind River with glibc version 2.5
glib version I am returning with the command rpm -q glibc is
glibc-2.9-3.i686 on my Fedora 10
I need to give him this .so, without letting him compile it with the source code
My plan is to download an older version of fedora and compile it on there, however I seem not to be able to find what version has
glibc-2.5-1_WR2.0ap.i686(what he has)
On the website with some discs
They list kernal numbers, which seem to be close to the same number, is this the same thing?
It is greatly appreciated