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    Default Need for compat-libstdc++-296 and compat-libstdc++-33 for Linux Enterprise 4

    Hello,

    I have Linux Enterprise 4 running on my Dedicated Server. I plan to install Zimbra Mail on the Server and Zimbra needs both files compat-libstdc++-296 and compat-libstdc++-33. I have been looking for its rpms on the internet but could not find specifics for Linux Enterprise version 4. so any suggestions on how to locate rpms for Linux Enterprise or maybe the tar files for it as well.

    Thanks.

    Kayode.

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    If you do a 'yum list compat\*' it should list the compatibility packages, just pick the ones needed.
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    dijichi2 is offline OpenSource Builder & Moderator
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    rhel4 doesn't use yum for package management. try this:

    up2date --install compat-libstdc++-296
    up2date --install compat-libstdc++-33

    if you've got a colo or rented box from a decent provider they should have already registered up2date for you.

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    Default Need for compat-libstdc++-296 and compat-libstdc++-33 for Linux Enterprise 4

    Thanks for the reply,

    I already tried using up2date, it then asked me to register which i did and after that, anytime I tried running up2date, it gives me the error.....

    This system may not be updated until it is associated with a channel.

    I googled and noticed I have to buy subscriptions or something to be able to use up2date. I would appreciate if anyone knows where to download rpms that would just solve the problem or could recommend a better solution.

    Thanks a lot

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    oh right, i'm used to people using the term Dedicated Server to mean a rented server eg. rackspace box, which often come with rhel4 installed and up2date registered. if you've just downloaded redhat and installed it on one of your own boxes then yes you have to pay to use up2date! you could try another OS that is free, eg. fedora or debian both of which are supported by zimbra, or CentOS which is a free version of rhel4.

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    dijichi2 is offline OpenSource Builder & Moderator
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    come to think of it, you should be able to register with redhat to evaluate rhel4 for 30 days - this then gives you the ability to use up2date and rhn for 30 days for free.

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