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Bynari InsightServer Upgrade - libgmp.so.3 problem

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Hi gurus,
I'm trying to upgrade Bynari InsightServer on gentoo linux (2.6.1) and I'm getting the following errors:

error: Failed dependencies:
        libgmp.so.3 is needed by insightserver-4.2.1-0425glibc22
        libltdl.so.3 is needed by insightserver-4.2.1-0425glibc22
        /bin/sh is needed by insightserver-4.2.1-0425glibc22

Does anyone know how to install libgmp.so.3 and libltdl.so.3 so that it's recognized by the upgrade?? Any help would be greatly appreciated. We did a search in the filesystem for libgmp.so.3 and it's there (/usr/lib/libgmp.so.3) but maybe it's not correctly installed??
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you need to install
gmp   for  libgmp.so.3
libtool-libs  for  libltdl.so.3
bash    for  /bin/sh

Check your Gentoo CD for those rpm files.
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