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Old 07-01-2014, 09:04 PM   #1
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GLIBC not found

Hello forum. Total newbie here. When I type "adb devices" from the terminal command line in Red Hat Linux, I get this:

adb: /lib/ version ‘GLIBC_2.7’ not found (required by adb)

So, I figure the first thing I need to do is to see if I really do not have glibc. If I do, I suppose I will have to make sure the path points to it. If I do not have it, find where I can get it and this version of it?
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You have glibc, but you don't have GLIBC_2.7. You don't say, so I assume you are running RHEL 6. GLIBC_2.7 is not available for it. Install (or build) adb meant for your exact distro, not a later version, and not a different distro.


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