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Installing Progress 9.1D on an Ubuntu Linux Box

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I am attempting to install Progress 9.1D on an Ubuntu 7.1 system and I am receiving the following errr:

Relocation error: /cdrom/_ovrly: symbol errno, version Glibc_2.0 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link time reference

Any idea on how to resolve this issue?
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If I'm not mistaken progress is only approved to run on RedHat Enterprise Edition or SUSE Enterprise edition.

At least thats what they told me when we bought it.

Our install went flawlessly so I cant comment on your problem.

But my thought was it might be the distro
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