This generally depends on what you have installed on the system, but try following the instructions in the Release Notes:
yum clean all
yum update glibc\*
... [by toracat]
on 04/10/2010 – Made popular on 04/10/2010
I want to install Android NDK on my CentOS 6.5 machine. But when I ran the program, it says it needs glibc 2.14 to be able to run. My CentOS 6.5 only has Glibc 2.12 installed. So I tried to update glibc by:
$ sudo yum update glibc
But after that I found the glibc version is still 2.12, not 2.14.
I can appreciate this is a definite newb question, the right place for it.
I have a piece of software I need to install on a RHEL 6 (<6.5) platform which requires GLIBC at version 2.3.4, however - using YUM I can only install version 2.12 and there are no further updates available (No Packages Marked For Update)
I've tried to manually update this from RPMs across the internet (glibc,