I guess your DK-100 runs Windriver Linux? You'd probably better contact Windriver. That said, with the higher security coming in Windriver Linux compared to Yocto Linux it's also more restrictive in what can be done (easily)
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Thanks for the reply and suggestion.
Although I raised request to "Intel Developer Support Team" as suggested by you, but later on I fixed this issue and posting the solution here also so that other facing the same issue can solve it easily.
1) I mounted other file system using PEN DRIVE.
2) Insert the PEN DRIVE with consist of file system in the DK-100 machine
3) Boot the system
4) Run the command to find out the all with started pattern "libc-" including hidden files
find / -type f -iname "libc-*" -ls
5) I found the file "libc-2.15_org.so" which I renamed under /media/mmcblk0p2/lib. This path can be something else in your system.
6) cd /media/mmcblk0p2/lib
7) mv libc-2.15_org.so libc-2.15.so. Press ENTER
9) Eject the PEN DRIVE so that internal build can be run. Problem is fixed now.
Here reboot mentioned in the STEP 8 is the command to reboot the DK-100 and when displaying "rebooting" on console,
you can remove the PEN DRIVE as mentioned in the STEP 9.
thanks for sharing - pls also mark as answered