I've messed about with linux a fair bit, but recently I downloaded the Samba rpms from the Red Hat site and installed them (along with the 1001 dependancies). Well I got it so that the only problem was a thing called "rpmlib(PatrialHardlinkSet)" needed to be a higher version than what was currently installed, I searched everywhere for this but couldn't fine it, so I decided to install anyway (ouch !). Now I know I shouldn't have done this
but my Linux install is purely for testing and messing so nothing of importance would get destroyed.
Now for the question .......... when i boot up now i get a message saying "glibc_2.2 not found required by /lib/i686/libc.so.6"
I have tried booting from the CD into rescue and get the command prompt and my linux install mounted under /mnt/sysimage, question is can I restore the libray file required and how ?
Thanks in advance for any advice