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    Default Libstdc installation problem

    I'm trying to install the final pre-requisite needed before the actual install "compat-libstd++-33" and I get the following error:

    File /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5 from install of compat-libstdc++-33-3.2.3-47.3 conflicts with file from package libstdc++-3.2.3-34.

    Any ideas?

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    forgive us for not being psychic. os? version? etc etc..

    a modern os shouldn't have libstdc++-3.2.3-34.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dijichi2
    forgive us for not being psychic. os? version? etc etc..

    a modern os shouldn't have libstdc++-3.2.3-34.
    Sorry, I'm running RHEL 2.4.21-15.EL.

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    huh? try again!

    more /etc/redhat-release

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    Quote Originally Posted by dijichi2
    huh? try again!

    more /etc/redhat-release
    Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES release 3 (Tarpon Update 2). Thought you could deduce more from the kernel version.

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    kernel version not really relevent (but did the 2.4 releases have nptl?). the problem is you're trying to install on an unsupported os, rhel3, whereas only rhel4 is supported. can you upgrade to rhel4 or another supported os? i presume you've downloaded the compat-libstdc++ packages from somewhere else, as they are effectively duplicates of the currently installed libstdc++. this is very strongly not recommended, but you could try using --force to rpm -ivh if you reaaaally want to install it

    still, each binary release of zimbra is tied closely to its underlying os, and it does attach to several critical system libs such as ssl, libstdc++, libc, gssapi etc. i've tried forcing zimbra onto slightly nonstandard platforms and even if you get it running often find subtle errors that later become quite annoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dijichi2
    kernel version not really relevent (but did the 2.4 releases have nptl?). the problem is you're trying to install on an unsupported os, rhel3, whereas only rhel4 is supported. can you upgrade to rhel4 or another supported os? i presume you've downloaded the compat-libstdc++ packages from somewhere else, as they are effectively duplicates of the currently installed libstdc++. this is very strongly not recommended, but you could try using --force to rpm -ivh if you reaaaally want to install it

    still, each binary release of zimbra is tied closely to its underlying os, and it does attach to several critical system libs such as ssl, libstdc++, libc, gssapi etc. i've tried forcing zimbra onto slightly nonstandard platforms and even if you get it running often find subtle errors that later become quite annoying.
    Thanks for your help. Guess my OS version is getting old. I stupidly didn't pay any attention to the requirements. Time to upgrade, thanks for the help.

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    good luck. it's really worth it!!

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