Back at a previous client when I was installing the app server on SuSE Linux, I got a "Could not find Compat-libstdc++" error at the end of the installation. I don't know if this is related to what you were doing, but I believe we re-ran the install with the "-force" option, and everything went smoothly.
The reason being was that our installer was expecting a different name for a library that was already installed. Even though it was installed, because it was named differnetly the install threw up and quit out.
Again, not sure if this is related, but when you mentioned libstdc++ it rang a bell.
This is during a PXE install. i don't know how to get around it in that case.
does the system package involved for this RHAS3 provisioning process include the 'X Window System' under the 'OS Components' section?
I removed both X Windows and GNOME from the OS Components. I tried adding components via a script, adding only the groups:
According to the comps.xml file, this libstdc++ file is not required in the base group. I'm confused. Why does it even care?