09-07-2001 07:08 AM
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09-07-2001 07:46 AM
It's almost always a problem trying to get a programrun on an earlier OS release. Your best bet is to statically link you code (i.e. use the .a libraries) so that no shared libraies are used on the target box. Your code files will be bigger but it should execute.
09-07-2001 08:13 AM
What you're asking is almost impossible. The two OS's have differing versions of libc. 10.20 has versions of the 10.10 library for compatibility purposes, but you're trying to go the other way.
I would say your best bet would be to compile on the older OS so that your application would run on both OSes. Alternatively, you could try building your binary strictly with static, i.e. archive, libraries and avoid using any shared libs.
Hope this helps.