1) Please do not be nervous, I ask for help and probably much more show that something is wrong with stack.
2) It could be problem with my English (I doubt that it is the case, here).
3) Please try to read well what I write before you reply (see my C point below).
4) Yes, 2.26 is higher from 2.5, as well that 2.25 is higher.
5) Remark about 3.49 and 3.4.24 I don't understand, as I wrote that I have 3.4.24, but stack claim (read somewhere) that it is 3.4.5 (what is older than 3.4.9 - that I agree).
A) I'm confused (not completely as I have some idea whats going wrong), as Bitnami is complain about old versions on distro what is by definition much more advanced with any other (last versions are always by definition).
- I don't know (never checked), but I doubt that Ubuntu (example) use even glibc 2.25 (probably is lower), and problem could be that Bitnami developers simply forget to add most recent versions.
- To be more sure, I upgraded to 2.2-2 (2 days ago fresh and last available production version (like package is in development stage, not like library, as it is 2.27 current). RESULT IS SAME.
Bitnami stacks are developed in 'conservative' distributions with some old glibc version.
Please be kind and answer to me what is the glibc version on what is Bitnami developed, to downgrade my glibic from 2.25 and/or 2.36 on that OLD VERSION.
B) That probably not solve issue with mysql (or will??), as situation with libraries related to mysql will be probably same.
C) Finally, I could be wrong (again) but I doubt, as I wrote that it looks how something is wrong with Bitnami LAMP stack 7 family (probably other stacks also), as when I 'jump' glibc check, LAMP stack 5 family (what is older than 7 - right?), working (it looks like), but family 7 is broken.
If old stack working and new stack is broken, here is something wrong (lack of logic) or maybe could be something wrong with my logic.
REMARK (personal view)
Maybe is not so 'stupid' idea if somebody from Bitnami will 'sacrifice' one PC for purpose to install most advanced distribution (Arch), as it will significantly reduce resources in development, by simple fact that soon or later, other distributions will start to using libraries what Arch using now (today). In other words, Bitnami will find out TODAY, what problem will occur "TOMORROW" (with stacks).
"Prevention is best cure."
P.S. Maybe help simple fact that I have running fully functional 'native' LAMP on my machine.