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Old 09-21-2003, 02:40 AM   #1
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Newer version of glibc means i cant install gcc


title pretty much says it all.

gcc-3.2-7 is looking for glibc-2.2.93

have glib-2.3.2 installed

i have no version of gcc installed right now, and i cant uninstall glibc without uninstalling a bunch of other stuff. why arent these files backwards compatible and what can i do to fix the situation?
 
  


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