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[archive] Sco Linux

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What is the GLIBC number for SCO Linux?
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If the Linux machine support RPM (RedHat Package Management), which most do, you can issue the following command:

rpm -qa | grep libc

Otherwise, use this command:

ls -l /lib/libc*

You'll be able to see what glibc version you have.
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RE: [archive] Sco Linux

If the Linux machine support RPM (RedHat Package Management), which most do, you can issue the following command:

rpm -qa | grep libc

Otherwise, use this command:

ls -l /lib/libc*

You'll be able to see what glibc version you have.
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