I have an error by installing and executing the
apt-get (there is no package manager except
apt-get: /usr/lib/libstd++.so.6: version GLIBCXX_3.4.15 not found (required by apt-get)
I have the library
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libstdc++6, but there are sub-versions within that and you've ended up with a 'wrong' version somehow. It's possible you have multiple sub-versions present and
libstdc++.so.6 is linking to the wrong one. If you only have the one (wrong) version, you could try downloading an rpm of the version apt-get is expecting from a website.
For any other program failing in this way I'd suggest upgrading either library or program via the package manager, or recompiling the program against the version of the library you have, but given that it's
apt, I don't think you could do either easily..!
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