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GLIBC_2.8 not found

As a newbie I seem to have messed up my upgrade leaving my system in a very unstable state. I attempted an upgrade from 8.04LTS which ended in an error about libc and kernel upgrades. I tried to ...
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compiling from Ubuntu 12.04 using older glibc version

I am an old newbie I am learning now a Operating Systems course where we need to compile a program in 9.10 Ubuntu. this program is not running as expected on further releases of Ubuntu (such as 12.04) ...
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“Glib.h: No such file or directory” error despite installing libglib2.0-dev

I'm trying to make GROMACS the error I'm getting is : fatal error: glib.h: No such file or directory I've seen that there are already questions related to this, and I followed their advice and ran ...
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Can I install glib 2.30 on 11.04? [closed]

Can I install glib >= 2.30 on Ubuntu 11.04? I mean this package from above link
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Unable to make glib-2.28.0

Making all in gmodule make[2]: Entering directory `/home/ubuntu_abhi/Desktop/C Dependencies/glib-2.28.0/gmodule' make all-am **make[3]: Entering directory `/home/ubuntu_abhi/Desktop/C ...
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glib huge errors on fresh 11.10

i have just very fresh install of 11.10 64bit on my 3Ghz dual core machine. Graphic card nvidia 9600gt with the 290.10 driver. Desktop crashes or will be not redraw correctly. Its very instable with ...
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How can I install gsettings schema via a gnome shell extension?

I started to write my own Gnome Shell Extensions and can't find any answer to this question -> is there any way, how to install gsettings schema on machine just via extension code (e.g. not copying ...
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How to compile a helloworld GLib program?

I can't compile that code under ubuntu 11.10 while it compiles normally under ubuntu 10.04: #include <stdio.h> #include <glib.h> int main(int argc, char** argv) { GList* list = NULL; ...
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Totem fails at start (totem:3808), after activating dbus plugin

I am using Ubuntu 11.10; Kernel: Linux 3.0.0-14-generic with Gnome 3.2.1 Yesterday I was browsing through the totem plugins and accidentally hit activate on the dbus plugin. When I started Totem ...
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Unable to install applications in Ubuntu Software Center [closed]

I try to install apps on software center and nothing happens it does'nt ask me to enter my password or anything when i click install it so annoying > <
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endless login loop [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Ubuntu - resolution issue causing login screen loop when I try to log in, I get returned to the login screen. When checking the ~/.xsession-errors file I realized that ...
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Can't install libglib2.0-dev

Since Handbrake can't be installed in Oneiric, I decided to try and build it from source instead. The build is interrupted because it complains glib is not installed, so I thought I better install the ...
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GTK GLib errors

Since I upgraded to Ubuntu 11.10 from 11.04 I get GTK and GLib errors while trying to run a kernel menuconfig using OpenEmbedded. I'm asking it here as I think these errors are caused by some change ...
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How do I downgrade libglib2? (from glib 2.31 to 2.30?)

EDIT: NEW FORMULATION OF THE QUESTION I have the wrong version of libglib2 installed. I had some experimental repo that broke everything. From this source, ...
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'Make' error - glib.h no such file or directory

I have never built a project in Ubuntu before and I am trying to come to grips with the GNU build tools and process. When I try to make I get the glib.h - no such file or directory. This is the ...
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What causes critical glib errors (when coding using messaging menu)?

If I run the python code below (almost entirely from this useful blog post) then I get three identical nasty looking error messages in the terminal. What might be causing them? I note the number ...
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Why am I getting this error while using gedit?

(gedit:4778): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **: g_object_ref: assertion `object->ref_count > 0' failed What does this error mean?