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Run yum info glibc to see what version of glibc is installed and what version is available. glibc-2.14 is not available to my CentOS 6.8 so I don't think you can use yum to upgrade it. If you need to install new version of open source software (normal user only) then I highly recommend Linuxbrew everything is installed to your home directory. Hope this ...


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It happens to me and it's annoying. But here is the workaround. Say _.x86_64 explicitly. yum --enablerepo=base install parted.x86_64



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