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How to update glibc to 2.14 in CentOS 6.5

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 ...
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C compiler cannot create executables

I'm trying to install wine on Linux Mint 17.1. I ./configure'd as root to install it. Input: cd Downloads/wine-1.6.2 ./configure Output: checking build system type... x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu ...
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LD_LIBRARY_PATH always blank after sudo

I get shared library errors whenever I seem to install software manually. Upon executing echo $LD_LIBRARY_PATH it shows up as.. nothing. I've tried adding /usr/local/lib to a .conf file in /etc/ld.so....
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How to maximise a window horizontal or vertically?

In awesome, what key binding can you use to maximise a window (in floating mode, of course) so that it maximise in just the horizontal or just the vertical direction? I know that mod4 + m will ...
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Install SVN 1.8 on Centos 7

I've tried installing the newest version of SVN but nothing is working. On yum there is 1.7. When downloading rpm/zip error occurs when trying to configure. Setting some additional repositories ...
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Recommended way to install software to /usr/local — use sudo or chown?

I'd like to install software from source (e.g., third-party GitHub repos) to my machine. Generally /usr/local/bin and /usr/local/src are for non-distribution-specific software, right? Taking ...
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trying to install curl with homebrew, getting “incompatible library version” for libcurl.4.dylib

I am on OSX 10.9.5. I would like to use a later version of CURL than what is bundled with OSX, but I do not want to remove the OSX binary just in case, so I wanted to opt to install it via homebrew. ...
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Python3.4 package for Debian Wheezy

I'm looking for a way to get python3.4 for debian wheezy. I've been looking on repos but all I could find is 3.2 version. Does anybody know where I can find 3.4 package? (Or maybe does anybody know ...
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Install vlc 2.1.X on Linux Mint

I am trying to install new version of vlc on Linux Mint 16. I have tried tutorials on how to do it and no success. When I am trying to install it with apt-get install vlc I get the same version 2.0.8. ...
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Gentoo Portage. What exactly 'revdep-rebuild' command does?

I know it's necessary to run revdep-rebuild after upgrades of my Gentoo Linux. I also kind-of understand that revdep-rebuild detects shared libraries conflicts and fixes them somehow. But I want to ...
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Different package versions in different repositories

Following the advise on Using Awesome window manager on CentOS 7, I installed the fedora 19 repository so I could get Awesome working on CentOS7. However, when I run yum update, I am getting this ...
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Running ubuntu binary on CentOS with all shared libs installed results in ld SIGSEGV

I'm trying to get a binary compiled on Ubuntu to run on CentOS 7 (both 64bit, one host, the other vm). So far I've copied the binary with all the shared libs. I no longer get the missing library ...
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“GLIBC” can not be used when I have installed the gcc 5.1.0

When I have installed gcc 5.1.0, I found lots of my programs cannot be used, such as firefox, gnome: they will give me a message "GLIBC_2.1X not found". Now the version of GLIBC is higher than before, ...
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Installing libssl1.0.0 and OpenSSL 1.0 in Debian 6

We are trying to connect to our server where its configuration requires the TLS1.1 protocol for connection. Debian 6 repos do not have direct backports for libssl1.0.0 and OpenSSL. We need some ...
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How to upgrade a shared library to a newer version when installing from source code?

I am installing an application from source code and it requires a shared library which I'll call abc. The configure process finds a libabc.so symlink in /usr/lib that points to a 0.23 version of abc ...

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