Description of problem:
what I have done:
sudo yum install mldonkey
2011/08/24 09:50:23 [cO] Starting MLDonkey 3.0.3 ...
2011/08/24 09:50:23 [cO] Language ZH_CN, locale UTF-8, ulimit for open files 1024
2011/08/24 09:50:23 [cO] MLDonkey is working in /home/cyc/.mldonkey
2011/08/24 09:50:23 [Gettext] Loading language resource mlnet_strings.zh_CN.utf8
2011/08/24 09:50:23 [cO] loaded language resource file
2011/08/24 09:50:23 [DNS] Resolving [xxx.yyy] ...
2011/08/24 09:50:23 [DNS] Resolving [www.mldonkey.org] ...
This core is running with glibc 2.14 but it was compiled with glibc 2.12.90.
This can lead to unexpected behaviour. Consider compiling the core yourself
or getting a binary compiled with glibc 2.12.90.
2011/08/24 09:50:24 [dMain] Libmagic file-type recognition database present
2011/08/24 09:50:24 [cO] Logging in /home/xxx/.mldonkey/mlnet.log
I think it easy to understand though my English is not good.
It seems that it should be compiled with glibc 2.14.
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*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 828201 ***