Hi, all.I am not sure this is a bug or not. I will describe it here.Tested on my HP Laptop and DIY PC.Reproduce:I wish to have glibc-2.14 installed on my CentOS ... [by hlx98007]
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 am releaseing an application to a client. I created executable in Ubuntu machine and it has higher version of glibc and client has lower version of glibc. So its giving me glibc conflict. So I am trying to create a machine with lower version of glibc(centos 4).