I have CentOS 7 installed. I want to install the APR package for Apache, and I'm told I cannot install it because it requires at least
glibc.2.14 while I have
glibc.2.12 installed. I have downloaded the
glibc.2.17.rpm package, I then install it but it throws an error that it requires
glibc.common.2.17 to be installed.
I'm now stuck, because when I try to install
glibc.common.2.17, it throws an error that it requires
glibc.2.17 (the package that I first wanted to install). There is a circular dependency it seems. How can I update
glibc 2.12 in CentOS 7? I'm totally confused...