General :: Gcc Compilation - Newer Version Of Glibc ?
In a chroot einvironment i am trying to compile gcc but is says that i need a newer version of glibc, but i have the newest version of it. i think somehow it trys to use the older glibc from the ubuntu install im makeing it on.
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