Re: Two glibc versions on one system ?
> I'm using slink and want to upgrade to libc6 2.1.
> But I still need libc6 2.0 to compile my programs which
> are based on the LEDA (www.mpi-sb.mpg.de/LEDA) library.
> This library uses the __setfpucw function (fpu_control.h)
> which isn`t (as far as I know) implemented in ver. 2.1.
> Can I run the normal system with glibc 2.1 and compile the programs to
> use glibc 2.0 ?
> How do I configure the linker ? What libs from 2.0 do I need ?
> I'm glad for every suggestion.
Complex at best. Perhaps if you compiled a version and installed it in
/usr/local and made sure that everything used the /usr version EXCEPT those
that need the other /local version.