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I am using Slackware 10.0 and the version of glibc I have is 2.3.2. IF you upgrade the glibc libraries......may need to recompile the headers to match the newer version of glibc......... elyk: Yeah, i have read in some of the other forums that removing glibc doesn't work so well.Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.I just wanted to ask some advice from people who have probably had a lot more experience with Linux than me. From what I have read I am hoping that it is possible to simply download the Slackware 10.1 package for glibc 2.3.4 and use upgrade-pkg to perform the upgrade. (Yes I'm talking from experience, just decided to reinstall everything) I've read somewhere that you can run upgradepkg on glibc, but I don't know if that will break anything else.thanks for clearing that up freakyg.While I do realize that downgrading the NSS dependencies is not ideal it is, unfortunately, the only option we have to let the JDS start working again if it turns out that's the cause of why it stopped. Amanda Wulff Jamf Support (127/206): nss-3.27.1-13.el6.x86_64| 873 k B (128/206): nss-sysinit-3.27.1-13.el6.x86_64| 50 k B (129/206): nss-tools-3.27.1-13.el6.x86_64| 443 k B (130/206): nss-util-3.27.1-3.el6.x86_64| 68 k B Figured it out.Having to wait to try to re-join the jds to the jss so I can confirm or deny.