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Dienstag, 1. Mai 2012, 15:24

It does not work on CentOS5(LINUX)

I have tried kmakemultires of the Linux version.
When it was performed by CentOS5.8, the following errors occurred.

/lib/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.7' not found (required by kmakemultires)

It seems that a version cannot be raised with CentOS5.
It is krpanotools-1.0.8.14-linux-2012-03-16.tar.gz that I would like to use.

I cannot update to GLIBC_2.7.
kmakemultires cannot be recompiled, either.
What should I do?

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Dienstag, 1. Mai 2012, 17:20

install wine.
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Mittwoch, 2. Mai 2012, 03:42

Thank you for helping.
Is it better to give up, when Wine cannot be installed because of a common server?

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Mittwoch, 2. Mai 2012, 04:30

If its a shared server and neither the native nix binaries nor any hope of a wine install is possible, then you need to change hosting.
Don't give up.
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Mittwoch, 2. Mai 2012, 08:43

Thank you very much for having you teach.


I decided to change a server.
If any problems are after changing a server, I will need your help well.

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Samstag, 9. Juni 2012, 08:36

install wine.
Installing wine is not really the right solution. Perhaps if we could simply get Krpano team to rebuilding under Centos 5.8. The higher version of glibc is backward compatible with lower version so this will make a more compatible version of all Linux based systems...

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Donnerstag, 14. Juni 2012, 09:56

Hi,
Perhaps if we could simply get Krpano team to rebuilding under Centos 5.8. The higher version of glibc is backward compatible with lower version so this will make a more compatible version of all Linux based systems...
Sound interesting - you mean with newer glibc versions it would better backward compatible to older glibc version?
I think I will try...
Btw - why especially CentOS 5.8? I saw there is already a CentOS 6.2 out? Is the 5.8 better backward compatible?

Best regards,
Klaus

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Freitag, 15. Juni 2012, 11:09

I also have a problem with GLIBC_2.7.
Support says that it is not a stable version.

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Freitag, 22. Juni 2012, 05:29

Hi,
Perhaps if we could simply get Krpano team to rebuilding under Centos 5.8. The higher version of glibc is backward compatible with lower version so this will make a more compatible version of all Linux based systems...
Sound interesting - you mean with newer glibc versions it would better backward compatible to older glibc version?
I think I will try...
Btw - why especially CentOS 5.8? I saw there is already a CentOS 6.2 out? Is the 5.8 better backward compatible?

Best regards,
Klaus
Ya if your build system runs GLIBC_2.5 for example but then I deploy it on a newer sysem that has GLIBC_2.7 it will still work, but the other way around it will "Require" at least what you built it on..

Ya I know CentOS 6.2 is out, but I need to deploy on the OS that my hosting provider is offering and in most cases they will NOT be so keen to be deploying "bleeding edge" so will always be a few versions behind.. Enless there is some feature in GLIBC_2.7 that you really need, it would make a more compatible Linux build for us users if you used an more an older OS to build on...

Any how keep up the great work!! If you do a new build I'd be more than happy to test it for you.

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