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Upon updating to the test release of 494 on Ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS, I was unable to use DreamDaemon.

The following error is given:

DreamDaemon: /lib32/ version `GLIBC_2.12' not found (required by /usr/local/lib/

Now, usually the given response for such an error would be "install ia32-libs" or, "update everything".

This worked fine for previous versions, but isn't quite working for me now. I've reverted to 493 and everything works fine.

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I compiled this on our new servers, which are 64-bit,so I had to run in a 32-bit compatibility mode. I wouldn't be surprised if there was some issue there. I'll look at it over the weekend.
It appears that GLIBC 2.12 is actually a later version than what's currently in 10.04's repo. (2.11)

Is it possible to rebuild with 2.11? It seems unfortunate to break 'out of the box' compatibility with the latest LTS Ubuntu release.

I'll guess I'll attempt to manually install 2.12.
No worries, we'll get that fixed.
I rebuilt this on a VM with an older install. Give that a try and let me know if it works. We may need to put up two versions for different systems here.