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Libg++ uses parts of the math library, so is link to libm. Since your existing libg++ will be compiled with your old library, you will have to recompile libg++ with glibc or get a binary copy. The latest source for libg++ along with a binary linked with glibc (for x86) can be found at ftp://ftp.yggdrasil.com/private/hjl/.
If you have installed glibc as a test library, you need to install
the files into the directory you installed glibc into (such as
If you have installed glibc as the primary library, you first need to move your old libg++ files into your old libc directory if you still want to be able to compile g++ programs with your old libc. Probably the easiest way to do this is by installing a new copy of the libg++ compiled with libc 5 as in the previous section, and then installing the glibc version normally.
If you are trying to compile a C++ program with a non-primary libc, you
will need to include the g++ include dir, which in the examples above would
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