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Newbie Spellweaver
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Im usless on linux an im sure for most of you quite simple but not for me.
When i try to a patch using patchtool i get errors requesting Glibc 2.5 or above finding it wasnt a problem but like i said im new to linux and have no idea what goes where or what to do really any help would be great thanks.
 
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Im usless on linux an im sure for most of you quite simple but not for me.
When i try to a patch using patchtool i get errors requesting Glibc 2.5 or above finding it wasnt a problem but like i said im new to linux and have no idea what goes where or what to do really any help would be great thanks.

What version of CentOS are you running. Chumpy has already said that Patchtool will not work on 4.x... If you are on 5.x the repack installer should have installed all the necessary packages for it to run properly.
 
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im on CentOS 4.8 or 4.7 if it isnt compatible with with tihs version how do i create a patch ?
 
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It isn't posssible to create patches on centos 4.x as others have said. The glibc in centos 4 isn't new enough and getting an updated version installed is not simple to do at all, upgrading to centos 5 is far simpler. The one person i know that tried it got the update installed but the patch tool still didn't work.

Your only alternative (other than centos 5) is to use the java enc packer included in balq's player skill management tool (releases section). It runs on windows and even has support for changing the XOR keys so it is a good alternative for those still on centos 4.
 
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