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ldd -v MTAServer0.3

...from what I read before it is due to compliation under redhat... I am assuming you're not using that crap?

You should have libstdc++, make sure it is in your path, or

find /usr/ -name 'libstdc++.so.5'

and copy it to where it belongs, probably /usr/lib/gcc-lib/your_cname/gcc_ver/libstdc++.so.5. Recompile gcc if you really dont have it :(

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ldd -v MTAServer0.3

...from what I read before it is due to compliation under redhat... I am assuming you're not using that crap?

You should have libstdc++, make sure it is in your path, or

find /usr/ -name 'libstdc++.so.5'

and copy it to where it belongs, probably /usr/lib/gcc-lib/your_cname/gcc_ver/libstdc++.so.5. Recompile gcc if you really dont have it :(

It's using Redhat 7.3. I'm trying to talk the main admin into upgrading to Redhat 9 or Fedora.

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ldd -v MTAServer0.3

...from what I read before it is due to compliation under redhat... I am assuming you're not using that crap?

You should have libstdc++, make sure it is in your path, or

find /usr/ -name 'libstdc++.so.5'

and copy it to where it belongs, probably /usr/lib/gcc-lib/your_cname/gcc_ver/libstdc++.so.5. Recompile gcc if you really dont have it :(

What do you mean by your_cname?

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