Have you tried compiling from source? That should cause it to use
whatever version of the libraries you have on your box.
In a previous message to me, you wrote:
I was wondering if anyone has installed GEMPAK on Ubuntu Linux. I have
been able to use the listing commands and map displays, however, When
trying to run the GUI interface (NMAP2, NTRANS, etc...), I get an error
saying the it cannot find glibc_2.3.4 (Ubuntu uses glibc_2.2)
Also, if I am not able to get GEMPAK working on Ubuntu, I was wondering
what the recommended Linux platform is.
Thanks in advance