upgrade to 2.2 required libc5 upgrade?

upgrade to 2.2 required libc5 upgrade?

Post by Andrew Robertso » Thu, 08 Apr 1999 04:00:00



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Quote:> Except....However, the 2.2 Changes file indicates that part of the minimal
> requirements is to have libc5 5.4.46 installed.
> I only have libc5 5.3.12 that came default with rh 5.2 with 2.0.36-7 kernel,
> and the libc5 upgrade is not indicated on the redhat 2.2 upgrade HOWTO.

Redhat 5.2 is based on Glibc2 (libc 6), and the libc5 libraries included
are only there for backwards compatibility for pre-compiled binaries.
This means that you have more than the minimum requirements for
upgrading.

Andy

 
 
 

1. Kernel 2.2, to upgrade or not to upgrade???

I've installed RH 5.1 and 5.2 half a dozen times and slackware a
couple.  I currently run a 5.1 machine as a firewall running IP Masq.
and NAT.  Samba's installed but not configured (although I intend to).
I use two NE2000 compatible adapters.

Should I consider installing the new 2.2 kernel?

Should I consider installing the new(er) 2.0 Samba?

I know that I probably want XFREE86 but are there any other pieces that
I need?

I'd like to use an older MCA 486/33 (which 2.2 supports natively) any
comments?


2. 2.5.69 still can't write DVD...

3. How much free space required in / for Solaris 2.2 upgrade?

4. resuming ftp server.

5. What are required upgrades for 2.1/2.2?

6. PATCH: clean up es968, fix build

7. Upgraded from 2.2-GAMMA to 2.2-RELEASE: problems...

8. Incomplete lines received by a socket

9. Problem upgrading to RedHat kernal 2.2-17 from 2.2-16

10. Upgrading kernel 2.2.x to 2.4.x and GLibc 2.1.3 to 2.2.x

11. FBSD 2.2.1R -> 2.2.2R cdrom upgrade problem

12. rvplayer doesn't work after kernel 2.2 upgrade

13. Is it still possible to boot from 2.0.x once upgraded to 2.2.x?