On 09/22/2011 12:56 PM, musambani wrote:
> Hi there!
> when I tried to install amide (‘AMIDE: a Medical Image Data Analysis
> Tool’ (http://amide.sourceforge.net/packages.html)) there was an error
> like “libc.so.6” not found (if I remeber ist was something with
> /lib64/libc.so.6). So I downloaded a repository that I found after
> googeling for “lib.so.6 64 opensuse”. I found a GLIBC-rpm that I
> After rebooting I now get the error (before the login screen should
> appear): "/lib64/libc.so.6: Version ‘GLIB_2.11’ not found (required by
> Does anyone have an idea, what I could do?
> Thank you very much for your help!
-=WELCOME=- new poster, but first: you need to always say what operating
system and version you are using, AND the desktop environment,
please…so, i assume you are using what i am using (noted in my sig)
did you use YaST Software Management, or zypper, or what to install
glibc? if you used the rpm command, then you need to use it again (with
the correct switches, of course) to uninstall that rpm…
then, open YaST Software Management, in the search block if you type
libc.so.c and add an to “RPM Provides” and “File list” then click on the
“Search” button…in seconds it will show that “glibc” provides that
library, and notice it is version 2.11-something, as required by your
once that is installed, you should go to the next step…
and, you should not need to reboot…openSUSE is not Windows!
oh, suggest you NOT google for software (that is also the old fashioned
Windows way of picking up viruses…instead always use YaST first, and
if that fails then . . . well, read a little or come back and ask
before installing the wrong thing…
again, welcome!! let us know how you get on…
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