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glibc version problem

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  • Subject: [mg72444] glibc version problem
  • From: sjordan at mit.edu
  • Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2006 05:03:52 -0500 (EST)
  • Reply-to: sjordan at mit.edu

I've been having trouble installing Mathematica 4.2 under Linux (Ubuntu 
6.10). It appears the problem is that I have glibc version 2.4 which is 
too new for Mathematica 4.2 to handle. I don't think I can easily 
downgrade my glibc because that will break all sorts of other software 
which is expecting version 2.4. Does anyone know what versions of glibc 
Mathematica 5.2 is compatible with? If it is compatible with glibc 2.4 
I'll probably just upgrade to Mathematica 5.2.

Thanks,

Stephen


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