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I’m making an application and I want to distribute the executable itself, but when I compile on my computer (using Arch Linux) it compiles with what I believe are the newest libraries available. This creates the issue that when I try and run said program in my vm, the glibc version is outdated. Is there any program or method to compile using the oldest/most backwards compatible versions of my required libraries so that my app works on as many Linux desktops as possible? Or should I just statically link and tank the size? Thanks.

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