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ust3
Regular Advisor

library version

I will install a application to RHEL 5 linux box , but when I install it , it pop the system (RHEL 5) library is newer than the application that is supported , that mean the application is not supported on RHEL5 ( my application is very old system ) , except downgrade the library ( re-install the older version of library) , can advise how can I "cheat" the application when installation , so that the application is supported on the system ? thx
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Jeeshan
Honored Contributor

Re: library version

every software has its own dependency.

Not for application but also OS.

Please clearly specify what you need to know.

That can help you to get more close.
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dirk dierickx
Honored Contributor

Re: library version

put this software in it's own directory. get a hold of the older library file, and put it somewhere together with your installed software (or somewhere else, but _seperate_ it from the rest of your system).

now you can use LD_LIBRARY_PATH to point to the place where that old lib is and the software should be able to find it.