/lib/libpthread.so.): version 'GLIBC_2.3.2' not found
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you don't seem to be having much luck with this myexefile thing... (it's a secret what it is i assume..... ) if you're installing random prebuilt binary files, you can't really expect an easy ride... compile whatever it is from source, or find a prebuilt RPM suitable for your distributon of linux.
I am trying to run the HP's itanium ski simulator.
When u sar tar -zxvf it already opens it with /usr/bin and in one of my earlier posts I asked if I needed to use a program to install anything I was told there was no need for it.
I said tar -zxvf ski.tar.gz (put this file in the /usr/bin) when I logged in as root. Then it created another /usr/bin inside the already existing /usr/bin
It was giving the same error.. I thought I didnt place it in the right place because the usr/lib where the missing file is cant be found... I changed a lot of classpaths before again doing a tar -zxvf ski.tar.gz from the /root
Now I have the file in /usr/bin/ski but it still cant find that file...
I googled around and I find posts in different languages... none of which I understood...
well if they are distributing a binary only, then you can try some nasty hacks to get it working. try creating a symlink from your real libpthread.so to the file it wants. with those symbols matching there shouldn't be any other incompatabilities.