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Old 10-22-2003, 11:50 PM   #1
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Talking Installing Oracle 8i on RH9

I was trying to install Oracle 8i on redhat 9.0 - the installation starts with runInstaller and
then i get an error message that the symbol
GLIC_2.0 is not found in needed by some

The installation dies and does not start at all...

the same installation works fine with RH 8.0. I even tried
to install the glic packages of RH8 and got into trouble as some of my programs stopeed working due to dependencies - somehow i recovered the system from the boot CD using resuce and re-intalling the glic RPM for RH9.0

are not these glibc libraries backward compatible ?

and in case i want to get past this what am i supposed to do ?


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