> > Well, my point was not "it's nearly RH7, it should work", but rather
> > "why the hell are you running a beta distro?".
>> :) Work thing - need XFree86 4.0, wanted to put Debian on, but 2.2
> (disks I have) only have 3.3.6. "Official" distro at work is RedHat. If
> it were me I'd put on 6.1 and upgrade what I needed. Apparently we're
> waiting until RedHat 7.1 (or 7.2? Not sure what's current) before we
> upgrade. Such are the woes of life.
Install 6.2. Install all 6.2 updates (especially rpm-3.0.5
or rpm-4.0.2). Then install XFree86 RPMs from RH7 CD and
whatever else is required to satistfy dependencies.
I did exactly this and relatively little needed to be upgraded.
7.0's glibc certainly wasn't required.
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