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Old 12-09-2013, 01:45 PM   #1
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Restarting Libuuidd lib file

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how to restart Libuuidd.s0.1 lib file and how to update this to newer version.

Old 12-09-2013, 06:32 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by adoninanda6 View Post
Hi experts,

how to restart Libuuidd.s0.1 lib file and how to update this to newer version.
A little more information please. I think you talk about libuuid, but what do you mean by "restart"? libuuid is just a library used by some programs; it doesn't "run" by itself and can therefore not be "restarted".
What is the problem you need to solve?

On my Debian-based computer, libuuid is in a package named libuuid1. You would use apt-get to update it. I also have Centos, where you can use the command yum whatprovides '*/libuuid*' to find the right package, then use yum update to update it.


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