The problem is I don't already have one, though there is a reply to my other post that I'll be looking at in a few minutes, maybe something will be there. I updated the locate db, and tried to locate "glibc", but I only found documentation, and a few bin (not lib) compat files that look like they are meant to upgrade something, but creat no glibc. What I was considering was linking my "libc.so.6" file (no "g") to a glibc file in compat.
Good stuff. The glibc you have might just do fine. Just make a symlink from the one you want to the one you have and try! There's an FC4 linux in the ports, IIRC which is as recent as any Linux I have to administer; I have trouble believing you'd need a newer one otherwise the app won't even run on most Linux machines :-) Or maybe your app has an RPM for an older linux you could try.
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