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Old 06-14-2004, 08:29 AM   #1
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Library probem


I currently run Fedora core 1. I am trying to installl cfdisk. I have ran into a little library problem.

On the rpm install of cfdisk-glibc-0.8g-1, I get the:
"libncurses.so.4 is needed by cfdisk" error

I have libncurses.so.5 install on my os and it is in my library path.

I have tried making a symbolic link from so.4 to so.5. But the installation still fails. How can I install an old version of this library, but still retain the new version for everything except cfdisk?
 
  


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