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Somebody help me, I've installed a server software on my Red Hat with kernel 2.4.20-8 on i686. When i started the software it got these problems,
error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Clementine Server failed to start
i've tried to download many rpm which conatins the said libstdc but same error ive encountered. how should i install if i got one? please help...
by the way the said Software requires the following:
=>libstdc++ package (version: libstdc++-3.4.3-XY.i386 where X.Y is 22.1 or later)
=>libgcc package (version: libgcc-3.4.3-X.Y.i386 where X.Y is 22.1 or later)
=>compat-libstdc++ package (version:compat-libstdc++-33-3.2.3-X.Y.i386)
where X.Y is 47.3 or later
Hi thanks for the immediate reply..i think this is RH 9.0. I got it from a CD installer. I installed it by logging in as root and ran the script ./install.sh with a default directory "/usr/clemsrv" after installing I ran the script "./clemsrv.sh start" inside the directory.
Thanks for the help. Where can I find or download a newer Fedora Core version and how should I install it. Sorry its my first time to hear such things like Fedora Core, what is it all about? Again thanks!
Red Hat stopped selling Red Hat distribution. Instead they sponsor the Fedora Core distribution which is available online. It is user supported. The Red Hat company produces and sells a corporate version of Red Hat and charges licensing fees for support.
One of the links on the Main Menu on this webpage will lead you to the Fedora Core ISOs. For some distro's you can use BitTorrent to download a dvd installation disk.