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Old 09-06-2003, 12:59 AM   #1
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Angry glibc install problems

I am encountering problems while trying to update glibc in my Redhat 7.3 distro. as soon as I install kernel headers rpm, glibc rpm glibc devel rpm, with -Uvh option, rpm does not work any more. it says segmentation fault. I desperately need to update my glibc from rpms. How do I do this without losing rpm? One thing - do I need to uninstall previous glibc before trying this? Please help.


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