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Rescue mode on your first CD provides a working rescue environment including a working version of RPM. Notice that unless you chroot into your mounted system, you can use the rescue mode's rpm together with a proper --root parameter to install/upgrade packages in your mounted system.
Distribution: Mandrake 10.0/Redhat 8.0/Ubuntu 5.04/Windows XP (SP2)
I too have "Segmentation Fault"....
I am also facing the same problem of RPM segmentation fault after upgrading GLIBC. After booting with rescue CD, what I am supposed to do? I mean I have to reinstall the RPM package itself (rpm-xxxxx.rpm) or the software which I try to install in normal mode should be installed in this single user mode? If is second, for every software installation in future I have to do like this?