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    I downloaded, unpacked it onto a Redhat server, and ran ucc-bin...

    ./ucc-bin: /lib/i686/ version `GLIBC_2.3' not found (required by /lib/
    I asked my web host to update to GLIBC 2.3 but they want to charge me quite a bit of money for the "custom work." What can I do?

    Who is the web host?




        Change to a different providor.


          Root-like Administration

          Although not absolute root access, with WestHost's Managed Dedicated Servers, you have nearly full control over the most common areas of a website/server. This includes:

          * Full control of the web server configuration (Apache), including PHP, mod_perl, and other server-side technologies and modules.
          * Full control of the e-mail server (Sendmail) configuration.
          * Full control of MySQL configuration.
          * Full control of most Perl modules.

          You also have access to other miscellaneous configuration files within your account and a greater ability to install and run custom software (should you choose to).
          haha "Root-like". I expect full root access when purchasing a dedicated server...not almost root access but you have to pay to install something.
          I second changing your provider.


            OK, yeah, I could get a better host. But Westhost provides near-VPS functionality for a lot less than an actual VPS.

            Anyway, my contract isn't up for many months so I would like to find some way around this limitation. Is there a way to recompile so that glibc isn't required?


              You are SOL I do believe...

              Next time, shop around a little more before you spend the green. Trust me, you'll not regret it. From looking at thier packages, you are not getting your moneys worth, you are getting ripped IMHO.