I need to compile a C++ application to run on Red Hat 5.9, but I don't have access to a development server that runs Red Hat 5.9.
My current executable compiled on Ubuntu 10.04 produces the error message
/lib/libc.so.6: versionGLIBC_2.11' not found`
which probably means that RedHat is using an older libc. Which free Linux distribution should I use to compile for Read Hat 5.9 ?
I read that Red Hat is based on Fedora and RHEL 5.x is based on Fedora Core 6. Do I really have to use such an old system to compile for a rather recent RHEL 5.9?