I pulled the glibc-2.1.92-14.src.rpm from the redhat 7.0 CD. After I
installed the package I added one of my own patches to the SOURCES
directory and added the patch to my glibc.spec file (in the top section
and in the prep section) in the SPECS directory. I also changed the
release from 14 to 14b After that I rebuild the package with an rpm -ba
glibc.spec in the SPECS directory.
When I tried to upgrade the installed version of glibc with my version of
glibc by typing rpm -U glibc-2.1.92-14.i386.rpm I got three error messages:
/sbin/ldconfig: Input file /usr/lib/libgck.so not found
/sbin/ldconfig: Input file /usr/lib/libgimp.so not found
/sbin/ldconfig: Input file /usr/lib/libgimpui.so not found
I've bumped up the severety since the bug is reproducable and seems to happen
all the time.
You have dangling symlinks in /usr/lib; if you remove them,
the messages will go away. It's a non-fatal message