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pre-requisite check fails on pam and libstdc++ (looks for 32-bit)

Created: 27 Sep 2013 • Updated: 27 Sep 2013 | 2 comments
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I am trying to install from DVD ( LxRT-6.0.2-2012-10-08a.dvd1-redhatlinux ) on RHEL6.3, 64 bit.  The pre-requisite checker fails because it can't find pam or libstdc++:

CPI ERROR V-9-30-1316 The following required OS rpms (or higher version) were 
not found on canton01:
pam-1.1.1-8.el6.i686 libstdc++-4.4.5-6.el6.i686
but those are the 32-bit RPMs, and I'm on a 64-bit system.  the 64-bit RPMs are installed:
[root@canton01 rhel6_x86_64]# rpm -q pam
[root@canton01 rhel6_x86_64]# rpm -q libstdc++
Any ideas on how to fix or get around this?
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mikebounds's picture

If you search for libstdc on this forum, there are quite a few matches - this one might help:


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tonyr-bos's picture

AHA!  it wants both 64 and 32 bit versions to be present!  I "yum install" ed the i686 (32-bit) versions and it works.  many thanks!