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Status Future consideration
Categories ClearCase
Created by Guest
Created on Jan 7, 2019

ClearCase on SLES15 should use libncurses.so.6

ClearCase on SLES15 should use libncurses.so.6

Request that ClearCase 9.0.1.x do not require 'legacy' files from the OS but use the OS files which exist per default in newer OS versions.

Idea priority Medium
RFE ID 128757
RFE URL
RFE Product Rational ClearCase
  • Guest
    Jan 9, 2019

    Given that ClearCase is supported on Linux variants that do not have ncurses6 as an option, and that there is one and only one Linux x86 binary set, it may be somewhere between difficult and impossible to implement this without eliminating support for older versions of Red hat, CentOS, SuSE, etc.