the glibc page says:
The current stable version of glibc is 2.22. See the NEWS file in the glibc sources for more information.
I believe that version 2.15 was released in 2012, so it's not exactly recent. As announced in , we decided that we support one stable version of the major operating systems (Windows, Linux, OS X) because we don't have the manpower to track compatibility. You may be able to install from source .
Tlaps for linux is compiled with libc 2.15. Is it possible to compile it with libc 2.13? It will make life
easier for those who have not yet installed the latest libraries (me for instance :-), knowing
that installing a new box is, well, demanding...and that I doubt that tlaps use features that are
in 2.15 and not in 2.13.
Thank you for taking my ask into consideration.
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